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- Recently I had a patient tell me about his experience with a chiropractor marketing free exams/X-rays at a local gym. After receiving the free exam he was told it would take 36 visits to fix his “straight” neck.
So many things wrong with this situation. But want to know the real kicker?
This patient has NO history of cervical spine complaints. None! And apparently two other gym members were also magically told that after only 36 visits they too could be cured of their straight necks 🤯👎
Unfortunately, the healthcare industry is a business that runs on the mentality of “a patient cured is a customer lost”. •
Finding the right provider - one that you trust and that has your best interests in mind - can be a difficult task. So whether you’re a Kinetic Sports Med patient or you go somewhere else, first and foremost - trust your gut and never hesitate to seek a 2nd opinion! And rest assured, we’ll always try to put you first and have a goal of getting you feeling and performing better as soon as possible…but only after 36 visits 😜
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- Did you sleep well last night? If not, give us a call 714.626.0074 - appointments available for massage, acupuncture, and chiropractic.
- Congratulations to @1975tuma for winning a bronze medal at last weekends Oceania & Commonwealth Masters Weightlifting Championships.
Such a pleasure assisting in discovering the best you! Such a gusty placing despite managing an injury. We are very happy for you.
- Stretching is and will continue to be a staple in traditional rehab and wellness practices. So what do I mean by de-prioritizing? 🤔
I believe stretching has been over-emphasized as a way to gain mobility and reduce pain. Stretching can be a great thing and it can feel amazing! But too often I have witnessed individuals utilizing static stretches without then accessing their newly gained range of motion or re-educating the system. Both are crucial to maintaining the benefit of stretching. 🧘🏻♀️
So what’s the right thing to do? It depends on what you’re trying to achieve. Knowing the actionable steps to get you to your goal is not easy. That’s where I come in. 👩🏽⚕️
Contact info in in my bio 😎
- ‼️How to avoid repetitive strain injuries at work‼️
1️⃣ take micro breaks (1-2 minute breaks every 30-45 minutes to stretch and do range of motion exercises, etc)
2️⃣ get a standing desk and periodically move between standing and sitting.
3️⃣ Make yourself walk to the copier, water fountain, bathroom etc. every hour.
Taking 5-10 minutes out of your day to allow your body a break, will save you a lot of pain down the long road! Setting small timers can help you keep track of the amount of time you’ve been sitting in the same position without a break!
- Get your adjustments and therapy in so you can keep at it in the gym! Nothing worse than an injury putting you behind.
- If yo exercise or not this video will help you tremendously,so if you have someone's how will need just share it Credit@muscleandmotio
If you sit most of the day, this video is for you!
Do you sit most hours of the day?
What happens to your body when you slump in your chair for too long?
What is the correct way to sit???
This video includes recommendations for reducing damage from prolonged slumped sitting.
Follow the 3 principles shown in the video:
1. Divide the load among the tissues. (change your sitting position)
2. Avoid prolonged flexed posture.
3. Include breaks for movement.
Login to the Strength app or to the Posture app and watch the 3 parts about "Prolonged Sitting".
☑️Part 01: Biomechanical symptoms – Lower body.
☑️Part 02: Biomechanical symptoms – Upper body.
☑️Part 03: Recommendations for reducing/preventing damage from prolonged slumped sitting.
- Runners!! 🏃🏻♂️🏃🏻♀️🏃🏻♂️Check this out
Running as a sport can be broken down simply into a lot of repetitive single leg squats. The problem is most of us are pretty bad at balancing and controlling our body on one leg.
Try out these 4 movements to challenge your balance and prevent common running injuries.
For most people they will want to let their knee cave in in order to balance. Work to push that knee out while still maintaining a full foot contact on your box or step
Try this out as a warm up before your next run!
If you have a running injury or want to work on preventative care call (803)547-9800 to schedule your appointment today!
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- Eccentric strengthening, in some cases, can be more beneficial than the standard concentric strengthening.
When strengthening the rotator cuff, this is a more advanced method that can be used to add strength and stability to the shoulder stabilizer muscle group.
Here is how:
1. Start with 2 bands connected to a fixed position, one band around your elbow, the other band in the hand.
2. Raise your elbow until your upper arm is parallel to the floor.
3. Begin with your arm in the neutral position, which means your hand is facing forward.
4. Allow your shoulder to slowly externally rotate to its maximum range.
5. Now return to the neutral position and repeat, 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
- Thanks @health_revolt this is great 🙌🏼 #Repost @health_revolt with
Traditional doctors (MDs) do a great job with MEDICAL care. But the problem is, most people are seeing them for HEALTH care, and there is a huge difference between the two.
When visiting a traditional doctor about something like depression, anxiety, insomnia, etc. you’re most likely going to come away with a prescription for your symptoms. If you visit a functional medicine doctor, naturopath, or physician whose main focus is to identify the root cause, you’ll likely come away with lifestyle suggestions and lab work, geared towards identifying the source of your symptoms. The root cause!
Sadly, most go through life without their hormones, gut, adrenals, thyroid, vitamin D levels, heavy metals, mold toxicity, and inflammatory markers ever properly tested. This makes me crazy, as it is these types of tests that should be taken in order to prevent disease and optimize health!
If your doctor does not think that what you put in your mouth, and the health of your gut has an influence on your overall health, or could be contributing to your symptoms—find a new doctor! What you put in your mouth has EVERTHING to do with your health.
Finding a good physician will change the course and quality of your life.
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- KNOW THE DRIVER 🧠| Sound on👂
Cross crawl patterns are used often in practice to rehabilitate patterns common to tasks of daily living such as walking 🚶♂️ We often focus on what muscles are involved, understanding the fascial sling relationships and the biomechanics of the movement which is very cool when you can link it all together.
More recently in practice the focus has evolved to incorporate and understanding of the neurological processes we have influence over as practitioners.
Grateful to the team @fnor_rehab For making the complexity of the nervous system so easily adaptable to our existing skill set.
In this example the understanding the cerebellum plays a role: 🧠sensory motor integration, 🧠emotion, 🧠habit formation
🧠cognition, and even 🧠assisting to build our perception of ourselves within our environment.
Therefore Motor control starts with Sensory integration. Therefore we can add sensory inputs to drive a desired motor outcome.
As the cerebellum responds to externally drivers, the use of the metronome provides this input assisting the process to relearn motor control.
Lesson here, don’t stop when you’re comfortable in practice, keep asking why and go deeper. If it’s hard to learn I guarantee you it’s worth learning.
Check out the courses offered in Australia @fnor_rehab .
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- L – seated shoulder press: High risk exercise.
In this video we will examine the kinesiology underlying the L-seated shoulder press.
We see that straightening the legs makes it harder for most of us to sit erect. One of the main reasons for this is tight hamstrings, and in chain reaction the pelvis tilts posteriorly and the lumbar spine flattens.
In contrast, exercisers with flexible hamstrings can maintain a neutral spine, just as when standing.
How does this affect the spine?
Exaggerated flexion of the lumbar vertebrae presses the disc to the rear, this creates strong shearing forces on the lumbar spine.
And now in this position, if we will add more weight on the vertebrae, we will get greater shearing forces.
So how can we reduce the load on the vertebrae?
Simply by maintaining a neutral spine.
We will perform the exercise while standing, or sitting with our knees slightly lower than the pelvis. (Watch part 2)
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- 💥💥عملکرد مهم عضله دندانه ای قدامی 💥💥
عضله دندانهای قدامی (به لاتین: serratus anterior) عضله ای است که در سمت قفسه سینه از سطح دنده نخست سرچشمه گرفته و به دنده هشتم پایان مییابد و در کل طول قدامی مرز داخلی کتف قرار دارد
سر ثابت آن از قسمت بالای نه دنده اول در سطح جانبی قفسه سینه شروع شده و به لبه داخلی سطح قدامی استخوان کتف بین زاویه فوقانی و تحتانی اتصال پیدا می کنند.
تارهای بخش فوقانی در دور کردن استخوان کتف از خط میانی بدن دخالت دارند و در این حرکت بسیار قوی موثر عمل می کنند. 💎
تارهای تحتانی تر که بهصورت مایل قرار گرفته آن در چرخش بالایی کتف شرکت دارند.
یکی از علل اصلی وضعیت کتف بالدار و سر به جلو و قوز گردنی ضعف آشکار این عضله است.
عضله دندانه ای قدامی قویترین عضله ای است که مانند یک لنگر کتف را ثابت نگه میدارد تا سایر عضلات بتوانند در مفصل شانه حرکت ایجاد کنند. 💎
در اثر چرخش زاویه زیرین کتف به بیرون و جلو،گودی کاسهای به بالا و جلو کشیده میشود و موجب میشود بازو بعد از ۹۰ درجه خمش قدامی به بالای سر آورده شود.
در ورزش هایی مثل بوکس ، والیبال، بسکتبال ، هندبال ، رزمی و ورزشهای پرتابی که نیازمند داشتن مفصل شانه محکم میباشد تقویت این عضله جهت آسیب ندیدن بسیار مهم و اساسی میباشد.
حرکاتی نظیر پوش آپ پلاس و پارویی پلاس یا پل آور از حرکات بسیار کارآمد در جهت کاهش آسیب مفصل شانه و کاهش ناهنجاری و افزایش عملکرد ورزشی میباشد. .
💥💥دکتر اسدپور💥💥 🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳 🕳 🕳
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