Serratus Anterior Stretch

This blog post contains 7 of the best ways to perform a Serratus Anterior stretch. Start here: Serratus Anterior Release Before stretching the Serratus Anterior, it is recommended to release this tight muscle first. Instructions Lie down on your side. (The side that will be stretched will be the one that is closest to the … Read more

How to Fix Forward Head Posture (Nerd Neck)

What is Forward Head Posture? Forward Head Posture (FHP) is where the position of the head is in front of the mid line of the torso. (It is also referred to as Nerd Neck, Poked Head, Forward Neck Posture and Text Neck.) Ideally – the ear canal should be aligned with the mid line of … Read more

Neck Pain at Base of The Skull

If you have pain in the Base of the Skull, it is likely that you have tightness, tension and/or over-activity in the following muscles: Sub-Occipitals Upper Trapezius Splenius Capitis Semispinalis Capitis Sternocleidomastoid (Note: Please see your doctor if you are not sure if the pain in the base of your skull is coming from the … Read more

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Exercises

This blog post will cover the best Thoracic Outlet Syndrome exercises that will help fix your pain! What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome? Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is the compression of the group of nerves that are located between the neck and shoulder. Collectively – these nerves are known as the Brachial Plexus. (Note: This blog … Read more

How To Fix High Arches In Feet

What are high arches in the feet? A high arch in the foot is characterized by having a more pronounced curve in the medial arch of the foot. As a result – there is a large gap between the bottom of the foot arch and the floor when standing. (Also referred to as: Oversupination, Pes … Read more

11 Best Erector Spinae Stretches For Pain Relief

Do you have tight and/or painful back muscles? This blog post will list the 11 best Erector Spinae Stretches to help address this problem. Erector Spinae Muscle: The Erector Spinae is a group of muscles (Iliocostalis, Longissimus, Spinalis) that attach from the back of pelvis, torso and neck. Disclaimer: The content presented on this blog … Read more

Exercises for a Clicking Knee

Do you have a clicking knee? This blog post will cover the exercises and strategies that will help address this noisy issue! Why is my knee clicking? A clicking knee is due to the knee cap (Patella) rubbing against the leg bone (Femur). This occurs at the Patellofemoral joint. The clicking will usually occur as … Read more

Gluteus Medius Exercises

This blog post contains 15 different ways to perform Gluteus Medius exercises. The Gluteus Medius is a muscle that is located on the side of the hip and has the important role of stabilizing the Pelvis, Hip and Lower limb. A weak Gluteus Medius may be involved with issues such as: Knock Knee (Knee Valgus) … Read more