Helpful for those with neck pain and headaches.
3 Exercises for the thoracic spine to increase mobility. Can help negate or minimize mid-back tension and help improve some issues with LB and/or neck. You will need a foam roller to do these.
I.T. Band Stretch with use of foam roll (firm). If you can’t manage the position, use a rolling pin and roll the IT Band while sitting on straight chair or edge of the bed.
For knee pain due to deficiency (weakness) in legs.
Great exercise for runners or those with weakness in legs/knees.
This is to be done after Piriformis Stretch and is often helpful for those with Sciatica.
If you have any challenges with working on all fours or down on the floor, you may do single hamstring stretches by placing one leg (straight) up on a step or chair and leaning forward.
Good for those with sciatica, LBP and/or tension in the buttocks. Do NOT do this exercise if you have knee issues.
Press-up or Cobra. As with all exercises, if a particular exercise produces sharp pain or makes your symptoms particularly worse, stop doing the exercise and speak to your Health Practitioner.
Supine-bent leg rotation