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  • ที่ทำงาน(ตึก)ใหม่ก็จะสวยๆหน่อย😍 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
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🌿 💚  AHG 2.0 💚 🌿
🌿 " Coming soon " 🌿
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  • ที่ทำงาน(ตึก)ใหม่ก็จะสวยๆหน่อย😍 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
    🌿 🌿
    🌿 💚 AHG 2.0 💚 🌿
    🌿 " Coming soon " 🌿
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    🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿

  •  4  1  39 minutes ago
  • ที่ทำงาน(ตึก)ใหม่ก็จะสวยๆหน่อย😍
🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
🌿 🌿
🌿 💚  AHG 2.0 💚 🌿
🌿 " Coming soon " 🌿
🌿 🌿
🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
  • ที่ทำงาน(ตึก)ใหม่ก็จะสวยๆหน่อย😍
    🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
    🌿 🌿
    🌿 💚 AHG 2.0 💚 🌿
    🌿 " Coming soon " 🌿
    🌿 🌿
    🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿

  •  4  2  46 minutes ago
  • Importance of Strength Training: Runners!🏃🏋
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If you are not doing STRENGTH TRAINING as a runner, you a negatively affecting your PERFORMANCE…. And here’s why!🤓
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Strength training ➡ improvements in running performance without any change in muscle mass quantity or VO2max. Essentially, strength training can help improve how well you use what you already have❗
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HOW you ask?? 🤔
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Improvements in running performance after implementing strength training is due to changes to NEUROMUSCULAR function. This is why! 🤓⚡
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1⃣ Motor unit RECRUITMENT: larger motor units are recruited in response to greater loads or velocity. This threshold is lowered with strength training and causes an ⬆ in rate of force development.
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2⃣ Motor unit RATE CODING: Strength training improves the firing rate (coding) of motor units thereby ⬆ our ability to produce force rapidly!
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3⃣ Motor unit SYNCHRONISATION: Strength training improves the simultaneous activation of multiple motor units at a single time point thereby ⬆ our rate of force development.
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4⃣ NEUROMUSCULAR INHIBITION: neural feedback from both muscle and joint receptors can reduce force output (as a protective mechanism from unknown or ‘new’ stress). Strength training ⬇ regulation of this neural feedback, inhibiting antagonistic muscle groups thereby ⬆ force production 👊
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Hopefully you’ve gotten this far….in our next educational post we will be going through some strength training paradigms❗
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References
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Beattie, K., Et al (2016). The Effect of Strength Training on Performance Indicators in Distance Runners ➕ Denadai, B., Et al (2016). Explosive Training and Heavy Weight Training are Effective for Improving Running Economy in Endurance Athletes: A Systematic review, 1-10 ➕ Yamamoto, L., et al (2008). The effects of resistance training on endurance distance running performance among highly trained runners: A systematic review, 22(6), 2036-2044
  • Importance of Strength Training: Runners!🏃🏋
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    If you are not doing STRENGTH TRAINING as a runner, you a negatively affecting your PERFORMANCE…. And here’s why!🤓
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    Strength training ➡ improvements in running performance without any change in muscle mass quantity or VO2max. Essentially, strength training can help improve how well you use what you already have❗
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    HOW you ask?? 🤔
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    Improvements in running performance after implementing strength training is due to changes to NEUROMUSCULAR function. This is why! 🤓⚡
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    1⃣ Motor unit RECRUITMENT: larger motor units are recruited in response to greater loads or velocity. This threshold is lowered with strength training and causes an ⬆ in rate of force development.
    .
    2⃣ Motor unit RATE CODING: Strength training improves the firing rate (coding) of motor units thereby ⬆ our ability to produce force rapidly!
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    3⃣ Motor unit SYNCHRONISATION: Strength training improves the simultaneous activation of multiple motor units at a single time point thereby ⬆ our rate of force development.
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    4⃣ NEUROMUSCULAR INHIBITION: neural feedback from both muscle and joint receptors can reduce force output (as a protective mechanism from unknown or ‘new’ stress). Strength training ⬇ regulation of this neural feedback, inhibiting antagonistic muscle groups thereby ⬆ force production 👊
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    Hopefully you’ve gotten this far….in our next educational post we will be going through some strength training paradigms❗
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    References
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    Beattie, K., Et al (2016). The Effect of Strength Training on Performance Indicators in Distance Runners ➕ Denadai, B., Et al (2016). Explosive Training and Heavy Weight Training are Effective for Improving Running Economy in Endurance Athletes: A Systematic review, 1-10 ➕ Yamamoto, L., et al (2008). The effects of resistance training on endurance distance running performance among highly trained runners: A systematic review, 22(6), 2036-2044

  •  31  2  47 minutes ago
  • Excellent graphic breakdown of components of muscles. 
Reference: Standring S, Grays anatomy: The basis of clinical practice  ed 41, New York, 2015, Chruchill Livingstone
  • Excellent graphic breakdown of components of muscles.
    Reference: Standring S, Grays anatomy: The basis of clinical practice ed 41, New York, 2015, Chruchill Livingstone

  •  12  5  1 hour ago
  • Thanks to your support, these girls are excited about their future! 👧🏽☂️ Through our education programs in India, these children receive knowledge that will open doors of hope and possibility in their lives. Visit our @she_has_hope profile link to help us educate more girls! 🙏💙 Photo by @ktrap.
  • Thanks to your support, these girls are excited about their future! 👧🏽☂️ Through our education programs in India, these children receive knowledge that will open doors of hope and possibility in their lives. Visit our @she_has_hope profile link to help us educate more girls! 🙏💙 Photo by @ktrap.

  •  17  1  1 hour ago
  • GLUTE BRIDGING‼️
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Bridging is a great exercise for a couple of important reasons
✅ It can help increase back range of movement in a supportive way
✅ It focuses on increasing pelvic strength
✅ Can be completed with no equipment at home!

Here is a Single Leg Glute Bridge demonstrating good technique with level hips and controlled movement❗️ .
Swipe 👉🏼 to see a Single Leg Bridge demonstrating poor technique where one hip drops lower than the other

If this sounds like you start with 2 feet on the ground and work your way up slowly

Remember good technique is always better then compensations for poor strength. Enjoy 👊
  • GLUTE BRIDGING‼️
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    Bridging is a great exercise for a couple of important reasons
    ✅ It can help increase back range of movement in a supportive way
    ✅ It focuses on increasing pelvic strength
    ✅ Can be completed with no equipment at home!

    Here is a Single Leg Glute Bridge demonstrating good technique with level hips and controlled movement❗️ .
    Swipe 👉🏼 to see a Single Leg Bridge demonstrating poor technique where one hip drops lower than the other

    If this sounds like you start with 2 feet on the ground and work your way up slowly

    Remember good technique is always better then compensations for poor strength. Enjoy 👊

  •  7  1  1 hour ago
  • ----------------------------------------------------------In the world of health, fitness and wellness, there is quite a bit of discussion on both structure and function in the human body, especially as they relate to localized or isolated structures & tissues, restrictions & pain symptoms.  However, there seems to be a gap in the discussion on how they operate as a dynamic and fully integrated system.  This LESS EXPLORED GAP sits between a body’s SENSORY AWARENESS and its learned STRUCTURAL PREFERENCES and draws out how the integrated body system perceives internal & external information and receives & and responds to it.  In this series on STABILITY & EFFICIENCY, we unpack these concepts and look at them from a practical point of view as they relate to achieving movement economy & peak performance from the ground up.
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This video introduces the Stability Efficiency Series.  It is a part of the first episode of the series which we will explore the key terms for the series and highlighting how the key topics influence each other.  If you would like to see the full video, check out the "Stability Efficiency Series" playlist.
If you would like to see the full video, CHECK OUT the "Stability Efficiency Series" playlist.
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To see the FULL EPISODE, check out my personal website link connected to my profile above.  Here I have clickable links to the both my newest upload and to the series playlist labeled “Stability & Efficiency.” Enjoy!  Best.
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#peakperformance #movementeconomy #stability #efficiency #stabilityefficiencyseries #gotstability #foottocore #barefoottraining #barefoottrainingspecialist #lifeissensory #ebfafitness #ebfaglobal #performanceoptimization #rehabilitation #functionalfitness #performancecoach #healthcoach #integration #integrative @ebfa_barefooteducation
@dremilydpm @coach_donovan_
@fluzildrugo
@innovativeresults
  • ----------------------------------------------------------In the world of health, fitness and wellness, there is quite a bit of discussion on both structure and function in the human body, especially as they relate to localized or isolated structures & tissues, restrictions & pain symptoms. However, there seems to be a gap in the discussion on how they operate as a dynamic and fully integrated system. This LESS EXPLORED GAP sits between a body’s SENSORY AWARENESS and its learned STRUCTURAL PREFERENCES and draws out how the integrated body system perceives internal & external information and receives & and responds to it. In this series on STABILITY & EFFICIENCY, we unpack these concepts and look at them from a practical point of view as they relate to achieving movement economy & peak performance from the ground up.
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    This video introduces the Stability Efficiency Series. It is a part of the first episode of the series which we will explore the key terms for the series and highlighting how the key topics influence each other. If you would like to see the full video, check out the "Stability Efficiency Series" playlist.
    If you would like to see the full video, CHECK OUT the "Stability Efficiency Series" playlist.
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    To see the FULL EPISODE, check out my personal website link connected to my profile above. Here I have clickable links to the both my newest upload and to the series playlist labeled “Stability & Efficiency.” Enjoy! Best.
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    #peakperformance #movementeconomy #stability #efficiency #stabilityefficiencyseries #gotstability #foottocore #barefoottraining #barefoottrainingspecialist #lifeissensory #ebfafitness #ebfaglobal #performanceoptimization #rehabilitation #functionalfitness #performancecoach #healthcoach #integration #integrative @ebfa_barefooteducation
    @dremilydpm @coach_donovan_
    @fluzildrugo
    @innovativeresults

  •  5  1  1 hour ago
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  •  27  1  2 hours ago
  • SCAP CONTROL🌟
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The Scapula or Shoulder Blades are responsible for connecting the arms to the body 🙋🏼‍♀️ which requires three muscles to help it move and stabilise 🔹Trapezius Muscles
🔹Levator Scap
🔹Rhomboids

Without good scapula control and strength we may experience pain and dysfunction in and around the shoulder area

The Scapula Push Up (as shown) is a great exercise to help strengthen the muscles surrounding the joint to improve shoulder health‼️
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When performing this movement, can you keep your shoulder blades gliding over the rib cage? If not give our Exercise Physiologists a ☎️ to help improve your shoulder and scapula strength and control!
  • SCAP CONTROL🌟
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    The Scapula or Shoulder Blades are responsible for connecting the arms to the body 🙋🏼‍♀️ which requires three muscles to help it move and stabilise 🔹Trapezius Muscles
    🔹Levator Scap
    🔹Rhomboids

    Without good scapula control and strength we may experience pain and dysfunction in and around the shoulder area

    The Scapula Push Up (as shown) is a great exercise to help strengthen the muscles surrounding the joint to improve shoulder health‼️
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    When performing this movement, can you keep your shoulder blades gliding over the rib cage? If not give our Exercise Physiologists a ☎️ to help improve your shoulder and scapula strength and control!

  •  13  1  19 September, 2019
  • 👉🏼 MEET MELISSA🙋🏼‍♀️
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❓How do you like your coffee?
Soy Latte with Bonsoy, in a glass🥛
❓Name one place you would like to visit?
Paris 🇫🇷 and Cinque Terra and Lake Como 🇮🇹 and Africa
❓Do you have a hobby?
Swimming 🏊🏼‍♀️ , walking the dog 🐶 and watching kids sport ⚽️
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Melissa is one of our Osteopaths who enjoys watching her two sons play sport and loves to stay active. Melissa works Monday and Thursday mornings, give her a call 📞
  • 👉🏼 MEET MELISSA🙋🏼‍♀️
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    ❓How do you like your coffee?
    Soy Latte with Bonsoy, in a glass🥛
    ❓Name one place you would like to visit?
    Paris 🇫🇷 and Cinque Terra and Lake Como 🇮🇹 and Africa
    ❓Do you have a hobby?
    Swimming 🏊🏼‍♀️ , walking the dog 🐶 and watching kids sport ⚽️
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    Melissa is one of our Osteopaths who enjoys watching her two sons play sport and loves to stay active. Melissa works Monday and Thursday mornings, give her a call 📞

  •  18  1  16 September, 2019
  • MAGICIAN 🎩
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This advanced exercise on the Cadillac uses leg springs to help build strength in hamstrings, glutes and core🔥

Give us a call to book in your Pilates Assessment to get started🤗
  • MAGICIAN 🎩
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    This advanced exercise on the Cadillac uses leg springs to help build strength in hamstrings, glutes and core🔥

    Give us a call to book in your Pilates Assessment to get started🤗

  •  13  1  11 September, 2019
  • 👉🏼MEET ALLY🙋🏼‍♀️
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❓How do you like your coffee?
Latte☕️
❓Name one place you would like to visit?
Greek Islands 🇬🇷 but anywhere with 🏖 and ☀️ ❓Do you have a hobby?
Netball, gym, drinking tea, reading 📖 and going on holidays ✈️
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Ally is one of our Osteopaths who works Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays, give her a call 📞
  • 👉🏼MEET ALLY🙋🏼‍♀️
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    ❓How do you like your coffee?
    Latte☕️
    ❓Name one place you would like to visit?
    Greek Islands 🇬🇷 but anywhere with 🏖 and ☀️ ❓Do you have a hobby?
    Netball, gym, drinking tea, reading 📖 and going on holidays ✈️
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    Ally is one of our Osteopaths who works Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays, give her a call 📞

  •  25  1  8 September, 2019
  • MUSCLE ENERGY TECHNIQUE💥
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Here is a muscle energy technique (MET) on the lumbar spine which uses gentle muscle contractions by the patient to relax and lengthen muscles and normalise joint motion🤸🏼‍♀️
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Patients may be asked to contract a certain muscle against the practitioners force for 3-5 seconds and may be repeated 3 times

MET can aid in decreasing pain and increase joint range of motion, helping patients to better function and improve quality of life 🙌🏼
  • MUSCLE ENERGY TECHNIQUE💥
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    Here is a muscle energy technique (MET) on the lumbar spine which uses gentle muscle contractions by the patient to relax and lengthen muscles and normalise joint motion🤸🏼‍♀️
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    Patients may be asked to contract a certain muscle against the practitioners force for 3-5 seconds and may be repeated 3 times

    MET can aid in decreasing pain and increase joint range of motion, helping patients to better function and improve quality of life 🙌🏼

  •  14  1  5 September, 2019
  • GLUTE STRETCH🧘🏻‍♀️
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Gluteal muscle tightness can contribute to lower back and hip pain💥. Stretching can help to reduce the tightness of the muscle

To stretch the gluteal muscles:
➡️ Rest your left ankle on to right knee
➡️ Keep your back straight and lean forward from your hips
➡️ You should feel the stretch in your left buttock
➡️ Hold for 30 seconds
➡️ Repeat on the right side

Give it a try🙌🏼 and let us know how you go👇🏻
  • GLUTE STRETCH🧘🏻‍♀️
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    Gluteal muscle tightness can contribute to lower back and hip pain💥. Stretching can help to reduce the tightness of the muscle

    To stretch the gluteal muscles:
    ➡️ Rest your left ankle on to right knee
    ➡️ Keep your back straight and lean forward from your hips
    ➡️ You should feel the stretch in your left buttock
    ➡️ Hold for 30 seconds
    ➡️ Repeat on the right side

    Give it a try🙌🏼 and let us know how you go👇🏻

  •  17  2  3 September, 2019
  • 👉🏼 MEET LISA🙋🏽‍♀️
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❓How do you like your coffee?
Skinny flat white☕️
❓Name one place you would like to visit?
Canada🇨🇦
❓Do you have a hobby?
Gym, reading, walking my grand-pup🐶 and beach holidays

Lisa is one of our receptionist who works Tuesday and Wednesday mornings! Come say hi 👋🏽
  • 👉🏼 MEET LISA🙋🏽‍♀️
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    ❓How do you like your coffee?
    Skinny flat white☕️
    ❓Name one place you would like to visit?
    Canada🇨🇦
    ❓Do you have a hobby?
    Gym, reading, walking my grand-pup🐶 and beach holidays

    Lisa is one of our receptionist who works Tuesday and Wednesday mornings! Come say hi 👋🏽

  •  14  1  2 September, 2019
  • ROCKTAPE - LUMBAR SPINE‼️
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RockTape is a form of kinesiology tape that can be used in conjunction with treatment. It can be applied to most areas of the body, but is commonly used to assist with low back pain💥

Applying this 'H shaped' pattern to the lower back (as seen in the photo) can help with reducing pain and inflammation in the area. It can be worn for up to 7 days after it is applied!

If you are interested in RockTape or would like to know more about how it could help you, call Maroondah Osteopathy & Sportscare to book an appointment with one of our friendly Osteopaths today! 🤳🏾
  • ROCKTAPE - LUMBAR SPINE‼️
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    RockTape is a form of kinesiology tape that can be used in conjunction with treatment. It can be applied to most areas of the body, but is commonly used to assist with low back pain💥

    Applying this 'H shaped' pattern to the lower back (as seen in the photo) can help with reducing pain and inflammation in the area. It can be worn for up to 7 days after it is applied!

    If you are interested in RockTape or would like to know more about how it could help you, call Maroondah Osteopathy & Sportscare to book an appointment with one of our friendly Osteopaths today! 🤳🏾

  •  18  1  29 August, 2019
  • THREAD THE NEEDLE🌟
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Are you spending a lot of time at a desk or finding your mid back aches after long hours at school or work? Then this is a great exercise for you!🙋🏽‍♀️ A majority of patients spend a long period of time leaning forward into poor posture, either at their desk during work or school🙇🏽‍♂️ This can often lead to a lack of mid back extension and rotation

Thread the needle is a fantastic exercise that can help to relieve the tension into your upper shoulders and in-between your shoulder blades by applying rotation to the mid spine, ribs and neck

During the exercise take the time to breathe deeply and spend time holding the rotational position for a few seconds. Repeat this 5-10 times on each side, once or twice daily

This sounds like just what our bodies need 🙌
  • THREAD THE NEEDLE🌟
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    Are you spending a lot of time at a desk or finding your mid back aches after long hours at school or work? Then this is a great exercise for you!🙋🏽‍♀️ A majority of patients spend a long period of time leaning forward into poor posture, either at their desk during work or school🙇🏽‍♂️ This can often lead to a lack of mid back extension and rotation

    Thread the needle is a fantastic exercise that can help to relieve the tension into your upper shoulders and in-between your shoulder blades by applying rotation to the mid spine, ribs and neck

    During the exercise take the time to breathe deeply and spend time holding the rotational position for a few seconds. Repeat this 5-10 times on each side, once or twice daily

    This sounds like just what our bodies need 🙌

  •  16  1  27 August, 2019
  • 👉🏼 MEET JESS🙋🏽‍♀️
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❓How do you like your coffee?
Mocha ☕️
❓Name one place you would like to visit?
Turkey
❓Do you have a hobby?
Travelling and trying new places to eat🍽

Jess is one of our osteopaths who enjoys mucking around with her neices and nephews and experiencing different cultures through food and travel. Jess works Tuesday to Saturday, give her a call ☎️
  • 👉🏼 MEET JESS🙋🏽‍♀️
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    ❓How do you like your coffee?
    Mocha ☕️
    ❓Name one place you would like to visit?
    Turkey
    ❓Do you have a hobby?
    Travelling and trying new places to eat🍽

    Jess is one of our osteopaths who enjoys mucking around with her neices and nephews and experiencing different cultures through food and travel. Jess works Tuesday to Saturday, give her a call ☎️

  •  22  1  25 August, 2019
  • TRIGGER POINTS 👈🏻
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A common therapy used in Remedial Massage 💆🏼‍♀️ which involves the use of thumbs, knuckles or elbows to apply pressure onto the trigger point until a change is felt in the tissue and the patient’s pain sensation🤗

Trigger points are small areas of hyper-irritability within muscles causing pain in the effected area or referring pain to another part of the body

Elimination of the trigger point can be an important component of the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain in your body🌟
  • TRIGGER POINTS 👈🏻
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    A common therapy used in Remedial Massage 💆🏼‍♀️ which involves the use of thumbs, knuckles or elbows to apply pressure onto the trigger point until a change is felt in the tissue and the patient’s pain sensation🤗

    Trigger points are small areas of hyper-irritability within muscles causing pain in the effected area or referring pain to another part of the body

    Elimination of the trigger point can be an important component of the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain in your body🌟

  •  12  1  22 August, 2019
  • RIB SPRAIN 💥
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A rib sprain is one of the most common complaints that Osteopaths treat

Patients often present with mid-to-upper back and/or shoulder pain. The pain can be constant or intermittent and can be exacerbated by activities such as: movements of the upper body, neck and shoulders; deep breathing; coughing; and sneezing

Rib sprains can occur for many reasons including repetitive or prolonged movements, direct trauma and sleeping 😴 awkwardly

Hands on treatment for rib sprains can involve a combination of massage, gentle articulation (as seen above), manipulation, dry needling and taping 🙌🏼
  • RIB SPRAIN 💥
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    A rib sprain is one of the most common complaints that Osteopaths treat

    Patients often present with mid-to-upper back and/or shoulder pain. The pain can be constant or intermittent and can be exacerbated by activities such as: movements of the upper body, neck and shoulders; deep breathing; coughing; and sneezing

    Rib sprains can occur for many reasons including repetitive or prolonged movements, direct trauma and sleeping 😴 awkwardly

    Hands on treatment for rib sprains can involve a combination of massage, gentle articulation (as seen above), manipulation, dry needling and taping 🙌🏼

  •  19  1  20 August, 2019
  • 👉🏼 MEET ADRIANA 🙋🏽‍♀️
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❓ How do you like your coffee?
Morning espresso or an extra hot latte ☕️
❓Name one place you would like to visit
Everywhere?? Next will be a safari in South Africa 🇿🇦
❓ Do you have a hobby?
Gym & anything outdoors including walking the fur baby 🐶

Adriana is one of our Osteopaths who enjoys treating a variety of patients of all ages. Adriana works 5 days across the week with plenty of times to accommodate everyone 🙌🏼 give her a call ☎️
  • 👉🏼 MEET ADRIANA 🙋🏽‍♀️
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    ❓ How do you like your coffee?
    Morning espresso or an extra hot latte ☕️
    ❓Name one place you would like to visit
    Everywhere?? Next will be a safari in South Africa 🇿🇦
    ❓ Do you have a hobby?
    Gym & anything outdoors including walking the fur baby 🐶

    Adriana is one of our Osteopaths who enjoys treating a variety of patients of all ages. Adriana works 5 days across the week with plenty of times to accommodate everyone 🙌🏼 give her a call ☎️

  •  26  1  18 August, 2019
  • DRY NEEDLING ‼️
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Dry needling is a form of treatment that involves the insertion of a fine, sterile needle into a tight band of muscle or myofascial trigger points
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Dry needling of the gluteal muscles aims to release tightness within the muscle and is commonly used in treating lower back and hip pain 🙌🏼
  • DRY NEEDLING ‼️
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    Dry needling is a form of treatment that involves the insertion of a fine, sterile needle into a tight band of muscle or myofascial trigger points
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    Dry needling of the gluteal muscles aims to release tightness within the muscle and is commonly used in treating lower back and hip pain 🙌🏼

  •  16  3  16 August, 2019
  • DYNAMIC HIP FLEXOR STRETCH
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Great exercise for creating a gradual increase in hip flexibility - especially when you have spent the day sitting at a desk👩🏻‍💻
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Improving hip flexibility can help to reduce aches and pains through hips, pelvis and back. It requires minimal equipment and only takes a few minutes 🙌🏼
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👉 swipe right to see a common mistake when performing this stretch
  • DYNAMIC HIP FLEXOR STRETCH
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    Great exercise for creating a gradual increase in hip flexibility - especially when you have spent the day sitting at a desk👩🏻‍💻
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    Improving hip flexibility can help to reduce aches and pains through hips, pelvis and back. It requires minimal equipment and only takes a few minutes 🙌🏼
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    👉 swipe right to see a common mistake when performing this stretch

  •  20  2  14 August, 2019
  • 👉 MEET EMMA🙋‍♀️
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❓How do you like your coffee? 
Skinny Latte
❓Name one place you would like to visit 
New Zealand
❓Do you have a hobby? 
Reading, cooking, camping

Emma is one of our Accredited Exercise Physiologists who enjoys keeping busy with 2 kids and being outdoors. Emma works Monday through to Thursday 🏋🏼‍♀️ give her a call ☎️
  • 👉 MEET EMMA🙋‍♀️
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    ❓How do you like your coffee?
    Skinny Latte
    ❓Name one place you would like to visit
    New Zealand
    ❓Do you have a hobby?
    Reading, cooking, camping

    Emma is one of our Accredited Exercise Physiologists who enjoys keeping busy with 2 kids and being outdoors. Emma works Monday through to Thursday 🏋🏼‍♀️ give her a call ☎️

  •  29  4  11 August, 2019

Top #Rehabilitation Posts

  • Eu sou fã dos biomecânicos, dos terapeutas manuais e qualquer tipo de análise-intervenção validada que tente melhorar a qualidade de vida de nossos pacientes.
Mas por mais que eu vá a fundo, mais eu vejo que para as desordens crônicas é preciso (na minha opinião) somente 3 coisas:
1. Exercício;
2. Educação do paciente quanto a seu quadro;
3. Capacidade de COMUNICAÇÃO do terapeuta.
❗️Se você mora longe dos grandes centros e não tem como realizar cursos outros tipo acupuntura, mackenzie, mulligan, osteopatia, mindfullness, florais, homeopatia, microfisio, etc etc etc não se desespere...(os três últimos foram gozação para os desavisados).
...Não é porque você está ai que está fadado a tratar sem qualidade.
👉 Pelo contrário.
👉 O básico, e que na minha opinião funciona, são estes três itens, e eles você consegue treinar e treinar e treinar, para poder entender como atingir os anseios e os bloqueios do paciente que o levam a amplificar uma dor que talvez possua um sinal leve no tecido ou nem mesmo há sinal de dano tecidual.
👉 Ensine a ele de onde a dor vem. Ela vem do cérebro e nao do local-alvo. E o cérebro pode estar hiperssensibilizado.
👉 Mostre que existem tarefas fracionadas e expostas gradualmente que ele consegue realizar, como no vídeo.
👉 Oriente que estas tarefas não irão “rasgar” os tecidos, pois é isso que ele pensa, que a dor vem pois está prejudicando o local...
... e há na vida do paciente momentos em que ele já precisou seguir adiante apesar de uma dor, um momento de rejeição, uma angústia, um momento traumático que naturalmente ele conseguiu não se prender na dor e seguiu...e você precisa confrontá-lo com isso para que ele entenda que ele tem os meios, só precisa ser expostos a eles.
👉 Eduque-se você, sr. Terapeuta! Esvazie seu coração de suas crenças para receber as queixas do paciente, pois só quando você imagina o que em você lhe daria aquela angústia, aquele desamparo, é que você se engaja de que o paciente realmente está sofrendo, e não apenas é só mais um.
👉 Se você tem todas aquelas especializações, lhe parabenizo pelo esforço do saber.
👉 Se você não as tem, eu GARANTO:
❤️Siga os 3 itens que seu paciente de dor crônica vai se dar bem❤️
  • Eu sou fã dos biomecânicos, dos terapeutas manuais e qualquer tipo de análise-intervenção validada que tente melhorar a qualidade de vida de nossos pacientes.
    Mas por mais que eu vá a fundo, mais eu vejo que para as desordens crônicas é preciso (na minha opinião) somente 3 coisas:
    1. Exercício;
    2. Educação do paciente quanto a seu quadro;
    3. Capacidade de COMUNICAÇÃO do terapeuta.
    ❗️Se você mora longe dos grandes centros e não tem como realizar cursos outros tipo acupuntura, mackenzie, mulligan, osteopatia, mindfullness, florais, homeopatia, microfisio, etc etc etc não se desespere...(os três últimos foram gozação para os desavisados).
    ...Não é porque você está ai que está fadado a tratar sem qualidade.
    👉 Pelo contrário.
    👉 O básico, e que na minha opinião funciona, são estes três itens, e eles você consegue treinar e treinar e treinar, para poder entender como atingir os anseios e os bloqueios do paciente que o levam a amplificar uma dor que talvez possua um sinal leve no tecido ou nem mesmo há sinal de dano tecidual.
    👉 Ensine a ele de onde a dor vem. Ela vem do cérebro e nao do local-alvo. E o cérebro pode estar hiperssensibilizado.
    👉 Mostre que existem tarefas fracionadas e expostas gradualmente que ele consegue realizar, como no vídeo.
    👉 Oriente que estas tarefas não irão “rasgar” os tecidos, pois é isso que ele pensa, que a dor vem pois está prejudicando o local...
    ... e há na vida do paciente momentos em que ele já precisou seguir adiante apesar de uma dor, um momento de rejeição, uma angústia, um momento traumático que naturalmente ele conseguiu não se prender na dor e seguiu...e você precisa confrontá-lo com isso para que ele entenda que ele tem os meios, só precisa ser expostos a eles.
    👉 Eduque-se você, sr. Terapeuta! Esvazie seu coração de suas crenças para receber as queixas do paciente, pois só quando você imagina o que em você lhe daria aquela angústia, aquele desamparo, é que você se engaja de que o paciente realmente está sofrendo, e não apenas é só mais um.
    👉 Se você tem todas aquelas especializações, lhe parabenizo pelo esforço do saber.
    👉 Se você não as tem, eu GARANTO:
    ❤️Siga os 3 itens que seu paciente de dor crônica vai se dar bem❤️

  •  1,876  54  15 September, 2019
  • Hip Mobility‼️⠀
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Tag a friend that needs to improve their Hip Mobility🔥⠀
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Additionally, hip mobility deficits have been found in people with hip osteoarthritis (Birrell 2001), sports related groin pain (Nevin 2013), and femoroaceteabular impingement aka FAI (Kubiak-Lankger 2007).⠀
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When FAI and labral tears are present, one typically exhibits reduced hip mobility into flexion, internal rotation, and adduction (Burnett 2006). Improving mobility in the hip joint does not require inventing new mobility; it simply means regaining what was lost in not allowing your hip to be in those ranges over time. This calls for [P]Rehab!⠀
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It is important to minimize the deleterious effects of hip mobility deficits. When hip mobility is adequate, there are better arthrokinematics, which leaves you with a happy hip.⠀
Here are 2 exercises to help with hip mobility:⠀
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1-Runners Lunge⠀
✅Attempt to drive your knee towards that elbow⠀
2- Hip Flexion --Airplane Pose⠀
✅Try to maintain your balance for the entirety of this exercise!⠀
❌Don't round at the back when going into an airplane pose, this will challenge your hip flexion in a weight bearing manner.
  • Hip Mobility‼️⠀
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    Tag a friend that needs to improve their Hip Mobility🔥⠀
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    Additionally, hip mobility deficits have been found in people with hip osteoarthritis (Birrell 2001), sports related groin pain (Nevin 2013), and femoroaceteabular impingement aka FAI (Kubiak-Lankger 2007).⠀
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    When FAI and labral tears are present, one typically exhibits reduced hip mobility into flexion, internal rotation, and adduction (Burnett 2006). Improving mobility in the hip joint does not require inventing new mobility; it simply means regaining what was lost in not allowing your hip to be in those ranges over time. This calls for [P]Rehab!⠀
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    It is important to minimize the deleterious effects of hip mobility deficits. When hip mobility is adequate, there are better arthrokinematics, which leaves you with a happy hip.⠀
    Here are 2 exercises to help with hip mobility:⠀

    1-Runners Lunge⠀
    ✅Attempt to drive your knee towards that elbow⠀
    2- Hip Flexion --Airplane Pose⠀
    ✅Try to maintain your balance for the entirety of this exercise!⠀
    ❌Don't round at the back when going into an airplane pose, this will challenge your hip flexion in a weight bearing manner.

  •  3,531  41  19 September, 2019
  • Improve Your Cutting POWER❗️⠀
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⛹️‍The crossover step is a must-learn technique for any athlete when it comes to frontal plane movement drills. Essentially you have 2 options for lateral movements. Either a pure lateral shuffle (feet never cross each other) or the crossover step (feet cross over each other). You need BOTH to maximize your performance on the field.⠀
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🏋️‍While it's extremely important to practice the actual techniques themselves, you can also work on drills to improve that first step power.⠀
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To simply things:⠀
To work on the lateral shuffle ➡️ any lateral lunge based drill⠀
To work on the crossover step ➡️ any curtsey lunge based rill⠀
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This clip is a weighted curtsey lunge working on explosive power.⠀
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Curtsey lunges are my favorite!!! #curtsey #curtseylunge #cuttingtechnique #athlete
  • Improve Your Cutting POWER❗️⠀
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    ⛹️‍The crossover step is a must-learn technique for any athlete when it comes to frontal plane movement drills. Essentially you have 2 options for lateral movements. Either a pure lateral shuffle (feet never cross each other) or the crossover step (feet cross over each other). You need BOTH to maximize your performance on the field.⠀
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    🏋️‍While it's extremely important to practice the actual techniques themselves, you can also work on drills to improve that first step power.⠀
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    To simply things:⠀
    To work on the lateral shuffle ➡️ any lateral lunge based drill⠀
    To work on the crossover step ➡️ any curtsey lunge based rill⠀
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    This clip is a weighted curtsey lunge working on explosive power.⠀
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    Curtsey lunges are my favorite!!! #curtsey #curtseylunge #cuttingtechnique #athlete

  •  4,087  74  12 hours ago
  • Strengthening Hip Flexors & Extensors 😳⠀
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⚫️ Elevated Psoas March. This one is a doozey! It’s similar to the standing psoas march, but now that you’re lying on your back it’s much harder on the core. Add in a single leg hamstring dominant bridge and I can guarantee you just found your next favorite exercise!⠀
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✅ The leg on the bench - keep the knee as straight as possible as you bring your other knee to your chest and back out⠀
✅ You should feel your hamstrings and 🍑 working 🔥⠀
❌ Don’t let your peach sag toward the floor⠀
❌ Don’t let your pelvis rotate as you switch legs.If this exercise is too difficult⠀
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𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙋𝙧𝙚𝙝𝙖𝙗 𝙂𝙪𝙮𝙨' 𝙞𝙨 𝙖𝙣 𝙚𝙙𝙪𝙘𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙡 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙛𝙤𝙧𝙢 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙩𝙚𝙖𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙨 𝙥𝙚𝙤𝙥𝙡𝙚 𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙩𝙤 𝙩𝙖𝙠𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙧𝙤𝙡 𝙤𝙛 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙞𝙧 𝙤𝙬𝙣 𝙝𝙚𝙖𝙡𝙩𝙝 𝙩𝙝𝙧𝙤𝙪𝙜𝙝 𝙤𝙣𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙚 𝙥𝙝𝙮𝙨𝙞𝙘𝙖𝙡 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙮
  • Strengthening Hip Flexors & Extensors 😳⠀
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    ⚫️ Elevated Psoas March. This one is a doozey! It’s similar to the standing psoas march, but now that you’re lying on your back it’s much harder on the core. Add in a single leg hamstring dominant bridge and I can guarantee you just found your next favorite exercise!⠀
    .⠀ Things to focus on when performing this exercise:⠀
    ✅ The leg on the bench - keep the knee as straight as possible as you bring your other knee to your chest and back out⠀
    ✅ You should feel your hamstrings and 🍑 working 🔥⠀
    ❌ Don’t let your peach sag toward the floor⠀
    ❌ Don’t let your pelvis rotate as you switch legs.If this exercise is too difficult⠀
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    𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙋𝙧𝙚𝙝𝙖𝙗 𝙂𝙪𝙮𝙨' 𝙞𝙨 𝙖𝙣 𝙚𝙙𝙪𝙘𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙡 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙛𝙤𝙧𝙢 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙩𝙚𝙖𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙨 𝙥𝙚𝙤𝙥𝙡𝙚 𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙩𝙤 𝙩𝙖𝙠𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙧𝙤𝙡 𝙤𝙛 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙞𝙧 𝙤𝙬𝙣 𝙝𝙚𝙖𝙡𝙩𝙝 𝙩𝙝𝙧𝙤𝙪𝙜𝙝 𝙤𝙣𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙚 𝙥𝙝𝙮𝙨𝙞𝙘𝙖𝙡 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙮

  •  3,492  47  20 September, 2019
  • Too fast to handle ⚡️
  • Too fast to handle ⚡️

  •  9,707  100  17 September, 2019
  • When you think fawn season is over and you pack absolutely everything including bottles, formula, supplements, colostrum literally everything last night and take it to your new house.... you get a phone call..... SURPRISE!!! Meet my new little girl 🤷🏼‍♀️🥰 about 24 hours old. Sometimes this late in the season we have to make tough decisions and intervene for the fawns survival. Buffalo isn’t known for snow for no reason ❄️..... Also if you haven’t seen my video story... I had a huge response for sweatshirts after my post holding the fawn wearing my sweatshirt. I’m going to have preorders only so if you’re interested my link in my profile will take you to my Etsy account.. Thank you always for your support ❤️ #babygirl #startingover #bestnonpayingjobever
  • When you think fawn season is over and you pack absolutely everything including bottles, formula, supplements, colostrum literally everything last night and take it to your new house.... you get a phone call..... SURPRISE!!! Meet my new little girl 🤷🏼‍♀️🥰 about 24 hours old. Sometimes this late in the season we have to make tough decisions and intervene for the fawns survival. Buffalo isn’t known for snow for no reason ❄️..... Also if you haven’t seen my video story... I had a huge response for sweatshirts after my post holding the fawn wearing my sweatshirt. I’m going to have preorders only so if you’re interested my link in my profile will take you to my Etsy account.. Thank you always for your support ❤️ #babygirl #startingover #bestnonpayingjobever

  •  27,340  650  20 September, 2019