According to research done by Vladimir Janda in 1979, Upper Crossed Syndrome is a muscle imbalance where certain muscles are too weak (underactive) and others are too tight (overactive). [Read more…] about Upper Crossed Syndrome Exercises
There are a variety of causes for back pain and two common ones we see are people who are either hypomobile or hypermobile.
People who are hypomobile have restricted mobility. They have tighter joints and less range of motion. [Read more…] about 3 Hypermobility Exercises
Rhomboid muscle pain can be a short-term nuisance, or a long-term chronic condition. It can be a painful thing to live with, as well as it can limit one’s overall mobility. [Read more…] about Rhomboid Muscle Pain Relief Exercises
In this video, Dr. Oliver explains how to use the slump test to figure out if the symptoms you currently have are from Sciatica or not.
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Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a thickening of connective tissue in the shoulder joint capsule. It causes pain and loss of range of motion when the arm is moved actively or passively, which can make it difficult to complete daily activities.