Top 3 Tuesday: Thoracic spine

This week we cover #thoracicmobility. If your #lowback hurts, if your #shoulder hurts, if your #neck hurts, your thoracic spine could be involved. If you sit at a desk all day, you may love these moves. There’s a pretty good chance that they’ll feel pretty good no matter what. 

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Top 3 Tuesday: low back pain

Check out our favorite three exercises for low back pain and discomfort. Remember the canister? Remember the joint-by-joint concept? These come into play with the low back. Core stability helps to relieve low back pain. Hip mobility can help prevent and relieve low back pain. Challenge your canister, move your hips, get rid of your […]

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Half-kneeling rotation

This exercise is great for dissociating hip and pelvis movement. Often in low back pain, the hips are restricted and the back moves too much, and both of them work together to keep this cycle continuing. Using #DNS trunk stability we can encourage the hips to stay still while the pelvis moves with the low […]

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Half-kneeling hip hinge

The half-kneeling hip hinge is a great way to find the places in your hip range of motion that aren’t often found. It’s also a great way to feel the difference between hip movement and low back movement. If you spend a lot of time in a chair, this might be a simple movement break […]

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Single leg squat

We use exercises in conjunction with our #activereleasetechnique and other manual therapy. This assists the body in learning how to control the new ranges of motion you get with treatment. 

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