Having back issues? Hamstring issues? Unless you address the whole body with tests, it unfortunately can come back over and over again. @carmen.plante is my longest serving client, and we have known for awhile that the current dynamic of her bodies state, and how it moves is the major reason she keeps getting recurring back, and hamstring strains. To combat this, and allow her to continue her highly active lifestyle, we will be working on a rehabilitation program focusing on....
-reducing tightness in her feet,ankles, calves that cause her lower legs instability, reduced range of motion, and inflame the Achilles -reducing tightness in the psoas, and hip joint, which is pulling on the position(s) of her pelvis and lower back vertebrae -sequencing a proper cycle of exercises designed to improve postural positioning of her feet/legs, fixing her extreme external foot bias
-including plenty of rotational exercises to improve her “sling” systems of the anterior/posterior attachments, that are pulling and aggravating her glutes and hamstrings
To fully rehabilitate someone, we need to make them aware of their habits that form their bodies current state. Furthermore we must include testing specific movements, examining areas of tightness with a simple touch test, and then we can design a program tailored to each specific case for complete rehabilitation. More to follow, stay tuned! #wellmanwellnesstraining #fixmyinjuries #fixmyback #YEGfitness #YEG #movebetter #backinjury #hamstringinjuries #rehabilitationtraining #selfmyofascialrelease #properwarmup #feelbetter
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