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Out of 3 million whiplash injuries that occur every year, half of them will suffer long-term symptoms.
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Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD), Osteoarthritis, and Spondylosis are essentially the same thing. They all mean wear and tear in the joints. Time, pressure from gravity, injuries, and general use of the joints eventually lead to wear and tear, just like parts in a car.MORE INFO
Cat and Camel Stretch: On hands and knees on a flat surface. First arch the back like an angry cat, then drop the belly towards the ground so the back stretches downward like the angle between the humps of a Bactrian camel. Seated Quadratus Lumborum Stretch: Seated upright (no slouching) with hands behind the head. […]MORE INFO
Shoulder Rolls: Move shoulders forward, then up, then up, then back while squeezing the shoulder blades together, then press them down towards the ground in a circular manner. Repeat in the opposite direction. Shoulder Pendulum Swing: Bent forward (back straight) and arm dangling towards the ground, gently swing the arm in a pendulum arc. Repeat […]MORE INFO
Lat Back Stretch: Grasp a stable object (like a door jamb) in front of and above the head. Lean forward and slightly turn towards the side you’re stretching. You should feel it along the back of the armpit and down your side. Internal Rotation Shoulder Stretch: Bring the hand up behind the low back, palm […]MORE INFO
Rear Deltoid and Upper Back Stretch: Hands behind the head, elbows wide. Bring elbows together in front of the face. Face Up Shoulder Rotation Stretch: Face up with arm out to side with the elbow bent at 90 degrees and supported on a flat surface. Rotate the shoulder so the arm is up and the […]MORE INFO
Dumbbell Overhead Press (seated or standing): Grasping dumbbells, at about ear level, palms facing forward, press them up overhead till the arms are straight. Chest Press with Therapy Band: Grasping each end of a therapy band with the center wrapped under the armpits and around the mid back, press the hands forward slowly and evenly. […]MORE INFO