Are Your Clavicles Where They Should Be For Pain Free Movement?

Have you tripped on nothing lately? Check your ankle mobility with this easy test.

Have you ever had one of those embarrassing moments when you tripped on seemingly nothing?  It may have been a slight change in the sidewalk or grade of the parking lot.  You look around to see if anyone saw your stumble and then look down at the ground like it is the ground's fault. Or… Continue reading Have you tripped on nothing lately? Check your ankle mobility with this easy test.

Are your clavicles where they should be for pain free movement?

We commonly refer to clavicles as collar bones. The clavicle bones are the two long thin bones beneath your shoulders on the front of your body. You can easily feel them with your fingertips. The clavicles connect the sternum (breastbone) to each scapula (shoulder blade). They are far more important than you might think. Five… Continue reading Are your clavicles where they should be for pain free movement?

Adult Tummy Time: Why you should be doing it every day.

We’ve all heard babies should have time on their tummies. Tummy time is not about their    bellies. It is about their back and helps them develop a spine strong enough to help them lift their heads, sit up and prepare to stand and walk. Imagine a toddler trying to walk with their spine and hips still… Continue reading Adult Tummy Time: Why you should be doing it every day.

How to Protect Your Back (and other important body parts) When Gardening

  Gardening is full of risks, especially when you are going from being very sedentary during the winter to all the bending, squatting, lifting and walking on uneven ground yard work and gardening require. I created a short video to provide several tips for transitioning safely into this wonderful activity that is so good for… Continue reading How to Protect Your Back (and other important body parts) When Gardening