Have you ever tried to do a squat, but have knee pain? A lack of ankle mobility limits the forward motion of the lower leg; to compensate the knees travel forward more or even start to move in front first instead of the hips. Stretching the calves often eliminates this pain and enables them do the exercise properly.
8 Movements Needed for Full Shoulder Rehabilitation The first stage of shoulder injury rehabilitation is to restore range of motion. The shoulders are host to the most flexible and movable joints in your body, consisting of a ball and socket and a floating shoulder blade held on your ribs by muscle. It is unstable in […]
Last month I was challenged by a client to develop an active rehabilitation program that they could do at home as part of a regular Yoga practice. Finding a solution to this was important for me the Kinesiologist and the client because doing so would mean adherence to the exercise rehabilitation program, therefore a greater […]
Have you been told that you should hold each stretch for 30-60s? Well, it is time to discard this outdated rule. Let’s embrace a different concept developed by Ann and Chris Frederick at Stretch to Win known as the “Stretch Wave.” Basically, as stated in a previous post, the length of time depends on whether or not […]