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Tight Calfs? Do you RUN? Try these 3 stretches….

https://youtu.be/bf0y1gLKUYo Tight CALVES? Try these stretches The two muscles in the calfs that are being focused on in this video are the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. There main action is to bend the knee.  1. Gastrocnemius This muscles attaches

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Low Back Help Part 2: Bracing

https://youtu.be/RI3JF-nlRL8 Part 2 Core Activation : Bracing Once you feel your Transversus Abdominis (TrA) are activating (Part 1), then you can move onto ‘bracing’. This is working and isolating all the deep core muscles that are important

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Low Back Help by activating Transversus Abdominis (Part 1)

https://youtu.be/qYWS-xTiyW8 The Transversus Abdominis (TrA) is part of our core musculature. It is important that it is activating fully to help to support your spine. For spinal health we require 3 things: Ideal Spinal AlignmentExcellent Spinal FunctionStrong

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Does your Low Back need Help? The Answer could lie in Your Glutes.

https://youtu.be/QOe2-U0AaLE Gluteal Muscles Activation Exercise. Our spine requires 3 things for its stability. Having a strong core set muscles is one of them. Often people with lower back issues have weakness in their gluteal muscles.  In this video

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Tight Hip Flexors? Try this Stretch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caRKq6we3Lg Our  Remedial Massage Therapist Scott, is going through a stretch for the hip flexor muscles (illiacus & psoas). The hip flexors originate in the lumbar spine and cross over the hip joint, attaching to the inner thigh.

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Mid back/Scapular Stabilising Exercise PART 2

[embed]https://youtu.be/4DZFVxT1MV0[/embed] The mid-back and shoulder blade (scapula) area is the focus of this blog and video. This area is commonly weak if someone presents with a proximal cross posture. This posture is characterised by rounding of

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Mid back/Scapular Stabilising Exercise PART 1

[embed]https://youtu.be/DnX-qtP2mUk[/embed] The mid-back and shoulder blade (scapula) area is the focus of this blog and video. This area is commonly weak if someone presents with a proximal cross posture. This posture is characterised by rounding of

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Scalene Stretch for the NECK

[embed]https://youtu.be/_f6LmZwuxvs[/embed] Scott, our  Remedial Massage Therapist at Errol Street Chiropractic is going through a scalene stretch. These muscle sit in the front of the neck. These stretches will help anyone who is at a desk for prolonged periods

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Sub-occipital Stretch (back of head)

  [embed]https://youtu.be/Ko2mXnKbCsQ[/embed] The sub-occipital muscles are small but very important muscles that sit at the back of the head and help to connect the head to the top of the neck. These muscles can tighten up and

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Activating Deep Neck Flexors – Help NECK ISSUES

[embed]https://youtu.be/9ycwGPinh-4[/embed] The deep neck flexors (DNF) are deep muscles that sit in the front of your neck and are important neck stabilisers. They help to keep to maintain head posture. There are a few things that

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