Most of my clients are surprised with my treatment plans because I don't always have to touch where it hurts in order to address their pain. That's because a whopping 80% of pain is coming from somewhere else in the body. This is exactly why I look at the structure as a whole and focus on alignment. Simply put, we fix what's actually out of alignment so you feel better faster. This month's video blog helps you see how shortness on one side of your body can give you pain in your shoulder and an exercise to remedy it.
Riding a bike can be a lot on your upper body if your posture isn't right. Here's a helpful video on how to get your spine right while riding your bike that helps your body work for you.
It's been brought to my attention that the new thing people are getting is something called iSlouch. It comes about when we strain our necks to look at our tablets & phones. I see this all the time & have found myself in a compromising position from time to time so I thought I'd share 3 ways to avoid the crazy terrible iSlouch.
Clients coming to me for carpal tunnel syndrome are often surprised that a majority of their pain goes away once we release their shoulder. I find that when the source of their pain is addressed, there is much more benefit than when the symptoms are addressed. Looking at posture and correcting the unsupportive patterns can be life-changing and pain-changing at the same time.
I don't think I know anyone who likes the way their body feels after a stressful day at the office. Here are 4 stretches that will help unwind your body and reverse the effects of sitting at your desk for the day.
This summer I've been in a car, on a train, and on a plane traveling. The seats are just plain uncomfortable and if I don't modify them in some way, my back and hips feel terrible when I finally get to my beautiful destination.
The 3:00 slump is something that affects almost all of us. You've been at your desk for a while, that piece of chocolate in your drawer you ate as a treat felt like a boost but now your sleepy. Your shoulders and upper back hurt and your head is forward.
Sound like you?