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Best Exercises for Rib and Mid Back Pain

Best Exercises for Rib and Mid Back Pain

Hi I’m Dr. Jon Evans with ProTailored Physical Therapy here in Fort Wayne Indiana i’m gonna show you the top three exercises for mid-back pain. One of the most common reasons that people have mid-back pain is that one of the ribs is not sitting right in their back. So I’m going to teach you the best ways to fix that. Exercise number one is getting a foam roller like this. I’ll provide a link below and you’re going to…

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Relaxing Stretches for Stiff Muscles – Ask Doctor Jo

Relaxing Stretches for Stiff Muscles – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m gonna show you 9 relaxing stretches for stiff muscles. So let’s get started. So I’m just gonna kind of start off with the neck and we’re gonna go down. For all of these stretches, you probably want to do them for about 20 seconds. So this isn’t like really stretch and hold kind of stretches, this is just to kind of relax those muscles, especially when they are stiff and tight. And…

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Don’t Crack Your Back! Try these Back Exercises & Stretches Instead

Don’t Crack Your Back! Try these Back Exercises & Stretches Instead

hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo and cool Remy, and Remy says “don’t crack your back, do these seven stretches and exercises instead.” so this get started. so I want to start off by saying that cracking your back, or technically what we call it is either manipulating your back or adjusting your back, there’s nothing wrong with that, when it’s appropriate. so sometimes I get a little worried when people say, oh I’m just cracking my back and I don’t…

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Muscle Soreness & Ways to Relieve It – Ask Doctor Jo

Muscle Soreness & Ways to Relieve It – Ask Doctor Jo

hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m going to talk about muscle soreness and ways to relieve it. so let’s get started. So all of you have probably heard of muscle soreness in general. the technical term is DOMs which is a delayed onset of muscle soreness. and so if you’ve ever over worked out, you really know what muscle soreness and that delayed onset of muscle soreness is all about. a lot of times with DOMs, you don’t…

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Knee & Hip Isometric Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Knee & Hip Isometric Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m going to show you some isometric exercises for the hips and the knees, and the folks at Activ5 sent me a really cool tool to help you track your progress. So let’s get started. Some patients ask me how hard do I need to push, or how do I know how hard I’m pushing with isometric exercises because isometric exercises are when you are pushing, you’re activating those muscles, but you’re not…

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Exercise Science and Rehabilitation – Minot State University

Exercise Science and Rehabilitation – Minot State University

Our new exercise science and rehabilitation major includes an element unique to similar programs. Our goal with this is to allow students to help people be active throughout their lifespan. I think that’s the nice thing about this degree is that it allows people to learn from, you know, the very young age to the aging population, and how to work with those different populations. As well as looking at biomechanics separate from pathomechanics in identifying biomechanical errors that individuals…

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Wobble Lunge

Wobble Lunge

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute, in this video we’re bringing you more performance and strength information, with the progression from the wobble squat. We’re going to do the wobble lunge followed by the wobble multiplanar lunge. I’m going to have my friend Jeremy come out, we’re going to torture him with this. Now you will notice that in the last video I forgot to mention the Olympic bar is a lot of weight to start with, especially for…

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