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Range of Motion – What It Is, Why It’s Important, How To Improve It

October 9th, 2019

Before you begin on any endeavors to improve range of motion in your joints, it is best to understand some basic concepts about what it is, why it is important, and things to consider about how to improve it. Watch the video to find out more!

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Rolling Exercises

September 12th, 2019

Rotational movement is essential for moving around our three-dimensional world. We develop our ability to roll early on in our lives, but sometimes those instinctual movements fade away and expose us to injury and pain. Learn how to re-visit this movement in this video.

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Our Rehab Philosophy

August 14th, 2019

Any proper care program for a joint or muscle complaint has to include some form of rehabilitative movement plan. In the case of one-off type injuries (i.e. slips, trips, etc.) it is a fairly straight forward process of providing an environment for tissue healing to take place while progressively loading the injured area as tolerated …

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Functional Shoulder Drills

July 9th, 2019

Pressing and pulling are vital functions of the shoulder. When these motions are performed without regard to proper form and shoulder mechanics they can lead to shoulder injury.  I put together a simple band exercise which can help you focus on the fundamentals of shoulder movement that can help you improve your overall shoulder function, …

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What Your Core Is For

June 14th, 2019

Mushy mid-sections have been the target of many a crunch, sit-up, side bend, etc. for generations–but I have to tell ya those types of exercises are missing the point when it comes to strengthening your core for its intended purpose.  Your core is essentially a sphere made up of different muscles that lives between the …

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Neck Pain and Shoulder Position

May 15th, 2019

The way you carry your shoulders can greatly influence the way your neck works and generate pain. In this video, I explain why this is and something you can do about it!

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A Mantra For Back Pain

March 12th, 2019

Over my increasing number of years in practice I have developed an appreciation for the multi-factorial nature of back pain. It has become more and more clear to me that aside from the physical things that cause low back pain–stiff joints, tight muscles, movement dysfunction, etc–that a person’s mental state can positively, or negatively impact …

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Why Your Shoulder Hurts

February 13th, 2019

A quick demonstration about why you may have limited shoulder range of motion and pain. Learn about how your shoulder blade position alone impacts the way your shoulder functions and why keeping it in a good position matters.SHOW MORE

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Breathing Better

January 9th, 2019

Dysfunctional breathing patterns can lead do discomfort, decreased performance, and health problems. Learn more about what dysfunctional breathing looks like compared to optimal breathing, and how you can learn to improve the way you breathe!

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Dr. Steve’s Health for The Holidays Gift Guide

December 11th, 2018

If you are in need of some last minute gift ideas, then I have a gift for you!  Every year around this time I like to scrounge the internet for items that can help improve the health and quality of life for those on your list for the holidays, so here are a handful of …

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