Latissimus Dorsi Stretches

This blog post will show you 10 different ways to perform Latissimus Dorsi stretches. Disclaimer: The content presented on this blog post is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. It exists for informational purposes only. Use of the content provided on this blog post is at your … Read more

Gluteus Medius Exercises

This blog post contains 15 different ways to perform Gluteus Medius exercises. The Gluteus Medius is a muscle that is located on the side of the hip and has the important role of stabilizing the pelvis, hip and lower limb. A weak Gluteus Medius may be involved with issues such as: Knock Knee (Knee Valgus) … Read more

Internal Snapping Hip Syndrome Exercises

What is Internal Snapping Hip Syndrome? Internal Snapping Hip Syndrome is a condition that is characterized by an audible click, pop or snap sensation in the front of the hip with certain movements. The 3 types of snapping hip syndrome: Internal (Front of hip) (This blog post will specifically address this.) External (Side of hip) … Read more

Bulged Disc Exercises (Lower back)

This blog post will cover the best bulged disc exercises for the lower back. (These exercises may also be used for a disc herniation, protrusion, prolapse, extrusion and/or sequestration.) Disclaimer: The content presented on this blog post is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use of the … Read more

Spinal Decompression At Home

This blog post will cover 14 different ways to perform your own spinal decompression at home. Reducing pressure on structures in the spine (such as the disc, nerve and/or joint) may help alleviate pain in your lower back. It can be helpful in conditions such as: Sciatica Disc bulge/herniation Degenerative Disc Disease Tight muscles Disclaimer: … Read more

Snapping Scapula Syndrome

Snapping Scapula Syndrome is when there is a snapping, popping and/or grinding sensation (collectively known as “Crepitus”) as the shoulder blade rubs against the rib cage. (Ideally – the shoulder blade should glide smoothly on top of the rib cage without causing any sounds.) Disclaimer: The content presented on this blog post is not medical … Read more

Exercises for a pinched Nerve in the Neck

In this blog post – I have listed the best exercises for a pinched nerve in the neck. Disclaimer: The content presented on this blog post is not medical advice and should not be treated as such. It is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use of … Read more

How to fix a Twisted spine

A twisted spine is where the torso is rotated towards one side. It involves rotation of the lumbar and/or thoracic spine. This can lead to: Symptoms (such as pain and tightness) occurring on one side of your body One shoulder in a more forward position Asymmetrical posture Uneven muscle development and strength The content presented … Read more