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This circuit includes a total body workout that should take no longer then 45 minutes to complete It involves a brief warm up, followed by 10 stations alternating opposing movements I encourage you to go through this very the light the first time to become familiar with the movements At […]

Exercise Circuit of the Month #2: Blending Injury Prevention and ...


Most important aspect of this sequence is to control the position of your lower back, which is discussed in the first video in the sequence As the challenge increases, make sure you maintain abdominal control Try each movement below for 30sec to 1 minute for each one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CcdtLCDxNY&list=PLPH42pL8Nwkpv65jJS45bVlXVREj1BZ_5

5 Minute Core/Trunk Stability Sequence


This circuit includes a total body workout that should take no longer then 45 minutes to complete It involves a brief warm up, followed by 10 stations alternating opposing movements I encourage you to go through this very the light the first time to become familiar with the movements At […]

Exercise Circuit of the Month #1: Blending Injury Prevention and ...



This sequence incorporates 4 movements that involve light mobilization of the hamstring along with activating the surrounding areas. It is a safe way to begin to activate your posterior chain with minimal threat of hamstring irritation. If any the movements reproduce pain, you should stay in a range short of […]

Hamstring Strain/Tendinopathy: Initial Program





The sequence below is my personal nightly routine/pre activity warm up. It is meant to move through multiple planes of motion as deep into end range motion as possible. Many people will not tolerate end range motion right away, and may need to do each of these movements more cautiously […]

What Your Physical Therapist Does To Prevent Injury: Warm Up/Daily ...


Managing advancing thoracic kyphosis and collapsing posture typically requires some manual therapy, but concern for osteoporosis can make some Physicians and patients apprehensive about Chiropractors and spinal manipulation. ¬†Well trained practitioners will have a variety of low and high force techniques to treat each body area, allowing an effective treatment […]

How to stay tall – Managing thoracic kyphosis in osteoporotic ...


This week, let’s not forget the role of the lateral pterygoid muscle in controlling the articular disc of the jaw. ¬†This little muscle has an attachment in the sort of meniscus like disc inside the TMJ, so altered tone in it can adversely affect the movements of the jaw. This […]

Anatomy Fun Fact Corner – TMJ Edition