HOW: Get set up laying on your back on a table or elevated surface. Slide forward enough to have your head off of the surface. From here, slowly allow your head to fall back. Then, pull your head and neck up using your neck muscles.  FEEL:...

HOW: Lie on the ground facing up. Perform a chin tuck by moving your chin towards the floor flattening the curve of your neck. From here, lift your head and neck up off of the ground while maintaining the chin tuck. Hold this position for...

HOW: Lay on your side with your head and neck in line with your spine in a neutral position. Perform a chin tuck by pushing your head slightly back while imagining elongating your neck. . From here, rotate your ear to one shoulder and then...

HOW: Lay on your side with your head and neck in line with your spine in a neutral position. Perform a chin tuck by pushing your head slightly back while imagining elongating your neck. From here, rotate your chin to one shoulder and then to...

HOW: Grab one foot’s ankle with the same side’s hand. Pull your heel to your butt while keeping your thigh straight. Reach straight up overhead with the opposite arm. Hold this stretch for as long as prescribed. Repeat by moving forward and alternating legs.    FEEL: You...

HOW: Grab onto one hand with the other with your elbow slightly bent. Pull the hand downward with your palm facing you. At the same time, straighten your elbow and begin to push the thumb side of your hand outward creating a stretch on the...

HOW: Grab onto one hand with the other with your elbow slightly bent. Pull the hand downward with your palm facing away from you. At the same time, straighten your elbow and begin to push the pinky side of your hand outward creating a stretch...

HOW: Start in an upright seated position. Begin with a chin tuck by pushing your head backwards over your shoulders using the deep neck muscles. From here, place one hand on your chin and the other on the back of your head. Push into your...

HOW: Start in an upright seated position. Use the deep neck muscles to push your head forwards and then backwards without moving your shoulders or upper body.    FEEL: You should feel the deep neck muscles working to move your head forwards and backwards. COMPENSATION: Make sure you...

HOW: Begin in an upright seated position in a chair or stool. Your feet positioning may vary depending on your knee range of motion. Pull your foot back and bend your knee. Hold this and perform going backwards and forwards for the prescribed amount of...

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