Surface electromyography (SEMG) is a methodology discovered in the 1930s and used more and more in the clinical field since the 1950s. The advent of the computer allowed for an exponential development of its use since the 1980s. John Basmajian and collaborators were major early contributors to the field (Basmajian, 1974). The Association of Applied Psychobiology and Biofeedback (and its predecessor) was the leading research society, which disseminated the research results of the researchers across the past 30 to 40 years in the field of SEMG. The medical field needed further development of the clinical applications of SEMG beyond the original contributions (Fernando & Basmajian, 1978). Development of clinical dynamic protocols and their standardization was an awaited event. The author has contributed to the field since the early 1990s and continues to perform clinical and applied research and dissemination thereof.