Tag: Back Pain

Top Exercises for Upper Crossed Syndrome – Corrective Exercises for Posture

Top Exercises for Upper Crossed Syndrome – Corrective Exercises for Posture

Poor posture can be result of tight chest musculature resulting in rounded shoulders as a result the postural support muscles become weakened Therefore it is necessary to stretch the chest muscles and strengthen the postural muscles To begin find a doorframe place your hands at about waist level on the doorframe and step through maintaining …

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3 Lumbar Exercises to Help Strengthen Core Muscles

3 Lumbar Exercises to Help Strengthen Core Muscles

Hello, Dr. Mike Funicello here, with Katherine from The Joint. Today we’re going to be covering three lumbar exercises that help strengthen your core muscles. Remember, perform all these exercises as advised by your chiropractor. The first exercise is the pelvic tilt. This helps stabilize your hips and support your lower back. It also helps …

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Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

This is a standing hip flexor stretch. It’s going to stretch primarily the short hip flexors that only cross the hip joint here. It’s primarily used with people that have low back pain or knee pain. So the first thing that you’re going to want to do is get into a stride stance, which is …

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Neck Pain & Knots Gone in Seconds with Trigger Point Stretches & Posture Changes.

Neck Pain & Knots Gone in Seconds with Trigger Point Stretches & Posture Changes.

Hi folks, I’m Bob Schrupp physical therapist Brad Heineck physical therapist, Together we are the most famous physical therapists on the internet In our opinion of course Bob. Neck pain and knots gone in seconds with trigger point, we’re gonna do some stretches and posture changes, big issue for a lot of people right Just …

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