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Why You Might Still Have Pain After Rehab

education pain recovery rehab Jul 19, 2018

Today, I'm going to talk to you about pain and why your rehabilitative efforts may not have been successful. 

I cover 2 major lessons in this video:

  • All sensory information goes to the contralateral cortex (opposite side brain) except smell
  • The Primary pathway of voluntary movement is...
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Could Stretching Be Holding You Back, Literally?

Today, we are going to talk about an internal vs. external focus with movement. 

Internal focus is based on the sensation you feel while you move. An external focus requires the use of external targets to reach towards. 

In this video, we are going to show you how brains work! In the...

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Thoracic Mobility: How to Perform Thoracic Lateral Glides

mobility Jul 19, 2018

 

The target for the Thoracic Lateral Glides is from the base of the neck to bottom of the thoracic spine (level with base of the rib cage). 

Thoracic lateral glides are an excellent spinal mobility drill that tends to go completely untrained! It is essential to be able to...

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Thoracic Mobility: How to Perform Seated Thoracic A/P Glides

mobility Jul 19, 2018

 

The target for the Seated Thoracic Anterior/Posterior (A/P) Glides is from the base of the neck to bottom of the thoracic spine (level with base of the rib cage). 

Thoracic glides are one of the most difficult drills we teach because most people have not attempted to isolate and...

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Neck Mobility: How to Perform Cervical (Neck) Circles

mobility Jul 18, 2018

The targets for the Cervical (Neck) Circles is from the base of the neck to the base of the skull. 

This drill is a combination of two drills we have covered previously:

When progressing from a linear drill to a circular mobility drill it...

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Neck Mobility: How to Perform Cervical Nod & Slides

mobility Jul 18, 2018

The targets for the Cervical Nod & Slides is from the base of the neck to the base of the skull. 

Understanding how to glide the sliding surfaces of the vertebrae is an integral part of neck mechanics which will help to reduce neck tension and even lead to better athletic...

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Neck Mobility: How to Perform Cervical Lateral Tilts with Glides

mobility Jul 18, 2018

The targets for the Cervical Lateral Tilts with Glides is from the base of the neck to the base of the skull. 

This drill is a combination of two drills we have covered previously:

Understanding how to glide the sliding surfaces of the...

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Neck Mobility: How to Perform Cervical Lateral Glides

mobility Jul 18, 2018

The targets for the Cervical Lateral Glides is from the base of the neck to the base of the skull. 

Understanding how to glide the sliding surfaces of the vertebrae is an integral part of neck mechanics which will help to reduce neck tension and even lead to better athletic...

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Neck Mobility: How to Perform Cervical Anterior/Posterior (A/P) Glides

mobility Jul 18, 2018

 

The targets for the Cervical Anterior/Posterior (A/P) Glides is from the base of the neck to the base of the skull. 

Understanding how to glide the sliding surfaces of the vertebrae is an integral part of neck mechanics which will help to reduce neck tension and even lead to better...

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Neck Mobility: How to Perform Cervical Lateral Flexions

mobility Jul 18, 2018

 

Cervical lateral flexions appear to be a super simple drill but it is surprising the compensations that can develop. When learning and practicing cervical mobility we always start simple and progress. 

  • Begin in a tall lengthened spine
  • Start with chin level
  • Bring your ear to your...
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