WHY: This exercise will help you to learn low back and pelvic body awareness. Learning body awareness in these regions is important when trying to manage low back pain now and in the future. This exercise also promotes motion in this region and can...

HOW: Lie on your side. Squeeze your thigh and knee first, in particular, the inside part of your thigh. While maintaining the squeeze, slowly lift up your leg.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles on the inside part of your thigh working.   COMPENSATION: Do...

HOW: Lie on your side. Squeeze your thigh and knee first, in particular, the inside part of your thigh. While maintaining the squeeze, slowly lift up your leg. Then repeat. FEEL: You should feel the muscles on the inside part of your thigh working. ...

HOW: Place a firm object like a ball between your legs and squeeze. Maintain this contraction the entire time while performing a bridge.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles on the insides of your thighs and glutes working.   COMPENSATION: Do not arch the back....

HOW: Stand on a slightly elevated surface if possible. Attach resistance to your ankle. Keeping your core engaged, slowly slide your foot across your body.   FEEL: You should feel the muscles on the inside part of your thigh working. Furthermore, you should feel your...

HOW: Use a frictionless surface (ie magazine on carpet, pillow cloth on hardwood) under one foot - this will be the moving foot. Keeping all your weight on your opposite leg, slowly lower yourself and slide your foot out. Squeeze the inside part of...

HOW: Follow along with the videos as there are many different variations FEEL: You should feel your adductors and inner groin stretching as you perform this exercise. COMPENSATIONS: Keep your weight even the entire time. Do not shift too much weight over....

WHY: This exercise is great for tensioning the nerves in the lower body. This is a more aggressive way to get the nerves to mobilize compared to the previously performed Nerve Gliders. HOW: While laying face up bring one knee in towards you chest....

WHY: This exercise is great to introduce movement to the nerves in your lower extremity. HOW: While laying face up bring one knee in towards you chest. While your knee is bent bring your foot towards you (dorsiflexion) then as you straighten out the...

WHY: This exercise is great for strengthening the Leg muscles, particularly on the outer side. HOW: In a standing position place a resistance band just above the knees. From here find a squat position and try to spread the band while keeping the...

[login_in_checkout]