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3 Exercises to Combat Sitting

If you have done more virtual hangouts recently you might have also noticed increased stiffness in your spine and possibly changes in your posture. We all know it’s healthy not to sit for prolonged periods of time, but sometimes we can’t help…

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Mindfulness

We live in such a hectic world and it seems there is more bad news than good news coming out every day. We can lose touch with our bodies by being overly absorbed in negative thoughts or about the uncertainty…

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Thoracic Spine Mobility

Think about how much time we spend sitting: sit when we eat, sit in the car, sit for work, sit to watch movies, etc. That’s a lot of sitting! Now that we are at home more we are probably sitting…

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Scapulothoracic Joint

The Scapulothoracic Joint

The scapulothoracic "joint" is made up of the scapula (shoulder blade) and its articulation with the ribcage. In between these structures are 2 muscles, namely the subscapularis (aka one of the rotator cuff muscles) and the serratus anterior. This "joint"…

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Blood Flow Restriction Training

What is Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) rehabilitation? The complicated answer stands as a brief intermittent occlusion of venous blood flow, using a specialized tourniquet while exercising. The goal is to reduce enough blood flow to create positive changes, not only…

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Kinetic Chain

So what does the concept of the kinetic chain have to do with your health and understanding of musculoskeletal injuries? Simply put, this concept helps inform us that joints in the body can cause dysfunction elsewhere in the body.
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