Dr. Evan Osar - author of Corrective Exercise Solutions to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunctions - discusses a common cause of hip mobility issues, impingement, and even low back issues and why external bands can perpetuate problems. And a #posturecorrection to improve #posture and movement.
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Strengthening the back…. Is that all that is needed? Do you train clients with low back pain? Should you use end range spinal flexion exercises to improve strength?
When your client has low back pain, strength training is important. Low back pain exercises need to include more than just strength training. In this post, you will learn key strategies beyond strengthening exercises for working with clients with low back pain.
Dr. Osar shares:
Corrective Exercise for Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis.
Dr. Evan Osar - author of Corrective Exercise Solutions to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunctions - discusses how corrective exercise is motor control training. And how motor control training is one of the first steps to improving function in older adults.
May is Osteoarthritis Awareness Month.
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You got it, stretch your Psoas and Strengthen your Glutes!
Common recommendations that rarely solve low back, hip, and or knee issues.
@drevanosar discusses the relationship of the and to common issues. This is the topic of today’s session @ideafit PTI.
What movement will help your client’s balance, their walking, and their ability to succeed at most sports?
Rotation. Optimal rotation is one of the fundamental movement patterns required for walking, running, and most sports. And with injury, surgery, and over-training, rotation is one of the first movements to be compromised.
Dr. Osar discusses the factors that contribute to rotation and he previews the upcoming brand new series of Two Anatomy Geeks™, Anatomy of Rotation.