HOW: Begin in a stance with the legs and feet in a position where you can comfortably drop into a deep squat. Keep foot flat contact into the ground. Initiate by pushing the hips back. Then bend the knees while pushing them outward. Once you...

Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:41 What is sciatica? 00:51 Symptoms associated with sciatica 1:15 Where do these symptoms come from? 1:56 Focus on low back mobility first 3:08 Hip mobility is next! 3:28 Get those nerves moving! 4:47 Let's strengthen! Here's some exercises to try 5:20 Want to take the guesswork out of your rehab?...

Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:25 What is frozen shoulder? 00:52 What causes frozen shoulder? 1:46 The stages of frozen shoulder 2:03 What can we do during the freezing stage? 2:55 Let's talk about the frozen stage and what you can do! 3:39 The thawing stage - here's what to do! Frozen shoulder can feel...

Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 1:07 Why is your QL painful? 2:42 What can you do for your QL pain? 3:20 The first phase of rehab 4:12 Let's get after phase two 5:02 Time for phase 3   QL pain can be tricky, but not when you follow these few exercises to get started on...

This assessment will look at your posterior chain strength and single leg stability. To perform this you will need dumbbells, kettlebells, or you can use a barbell. If using dumbbells or kettlebells, you will be holding one in each hand. If using a barbell you will...

This assessment will be looking at your true overhead mobility. You will start by laying on the floor with your knees bent, and feet on the floor in a hooklying position. From here, lift your arms, reaching over your head as far as you can go...

This assessment  is used to evaluate the mobility of your hip flexor muscles - specifically your rectus femoris and your iliopsoas. Looking at mobility of these two muscles can tell us more about low back tightness and limited mobility, hip flexor tendinopathy, and general tightness...

This assessment will be looking at your thoracic spine mobility. To perform this start by taping an X on the ground. You will sit in the middle of the X so that the tape forms a V in front of you in front of you. Place...

This assessment is designed to measure the flexibility of your low back and your hamstring musculature. For this assessment, begin standing up with your feet comfortably under your hips and barefoot if possible. From this position, bend forward hinging at the hips as you reach down...

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