Beginner Hip Stretches
The Absolute Beginner Course is a 60-day full workout plan for true beginners. If you haven't exercised in years, this is the best plan to start your fitness journey.
Simple Lower Body Warmup for Muscle Stiffness
Remember when you could bend over and tie your shoes without pain. Now you're stiff, achy and standing or sitting gives you no relief. Stop compensating.
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10 Awesome Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Sciatic Nerve Pain Fast!
Sciatica can be caused by many reasons. One of the most common causes of sciatica is herniated disc. Some other cause of sciatica including spinal damage or disease, degenerative circle illness, pregnancy, spinal stenosis, isthmic spondylolisthesis, and piriformis disorder.
15 Stretches to Relieve a Stiff Neck, Tight Shoulders, and Upper Back Pain
With the right stretches, care, and strengthening exercises, your neck, shoulders, and upper back pain will eventually subside.
How do you know when you have sciatic nerve pain! If you feel pain from your lower back to behind the thighs spreading down below your knees you might be suffering from sciatica.
Muscle Energy Technique for the first rib: Instructor Tom Ockler
This is part of a 4 hour DVD on Muscle Energy Technique produced by Real Bodywork, the instructor is Tom Ockler. It describes how to use Muscle Energy Techni...
How Are Sacroiliac and Piriformis Syndrome Pain Different?
What's the difference between Sacroiliac Joint pain and Piriformis Syndrome pain? Find out from expert Erik Dalton, outlining how massage therapy can help both.
Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques: SI-Joint Articular Stretch
This video is a clip from the Lower Body MAT Course and it shows Piriformis and Si Joint release, working all of the deep 6 rotators from Disk 4 - Sacroiliac...
Addressing SI Joint Syndrome
In the early 20th century, sacroiliac joint syndrome (SIJ) was the most common medical diagnosis for low back pain, which resulted in that period being labeled the “Era of the SI Joint.” Any pain emanating from the low back, buttock or adjacent leg usually was branded and treated as SIJ.