Toe touch progressions

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Be the one who never has back pain.

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe musculoskeletal system is the most important system in your body for your quality of life. No other system has such a profound impression on the way you live your life moment to moment. You might rely on your heart to pump blood to your organs and your brain. You might rely on your lungs to oxygenate the blood and …

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Does chiropractic care change when you are in pain?

Reading Time: 1 minuteA new study came out this month, published in JMPT, that talks about an experiment that the researchers performed. They hooked up electrodes to the patients, and they measured the response that their back muscles had when they were adjusted. We know that when you have your low back adjusted, there is a reflex response in your muscles that gets …

The Surprising Way To Heal Injuries Faster | Inside Fitness Magazine

Reading Time: 1 minuteSince 90 per cent of what our brain perceives is interpreted through the visual field, it’s important that doctors do everything they can to create a positive influence on healing. A study in the journal Environment and Behavior demonstrated that by simply dimming the lights while a patient is undergoing his or her treatment, clinical results are enhanced. The published …

How a Lower Cross Syndrome in your Low Back can Cause Pain in Your SI Joint.

Reading Time: 1 minute  A common muscle imbalance I see in my patients consists of weaknesses in the glutes and tightness in the low back. This leads to postural distortions. These postural distortions from weak and tight muscles can “gap” the sacroiliac (SI) joints, and cause pain in a part of the back that is already vulnerable and unstable. Read more here:   …