Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week – Book Openers for Thoracic Spine mobility. It is important to note that your head follows your arm and you are exhaling on the way down. Proper breathing is key to getting the full effect from this exercise.
This exercise is great for balance and proprioception as well as strengthening the hip and knee joints. Check it out!
Also be sure to call us at 201.746.6577 or email email@example.com to reserve your seat for our Knee Injury Prevention Workshop on March 8 at 7 PM.
Our Physical Therapists
I get so many patient’s that are diagnosed with bursitis and tendonitis and they have absolutely no idea what it is. All they know is that they went to their doctor, they looked at the area of complaint for a second or two. They saw that the patient can move the body part ok, but they had pain.
Every two weeks we are showcasing a condition that is commonly seen in the office. This week’s Condition of the Week is Scoliosis. Early detection of this condition is important because it can have life long effects.
What every parent should know:
Scoliosis is a progressive musculoskeletal disorder in which there is a sideways curvature of the spine,