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Planks in Spokane WA

Planks in Spokane WA Core Strength in Spokane WA One of, if not the best bang for your buck exercise for building core strength to help prevent low back pain or rehab a back injury in Spokane WA. This is an isometric exercise, where you hold the push-up position for as long as you can.…

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Spokane WA Chiropractor Shares a Quote from Tom Brady

Spokane WA Chiropractor Shares a Quote from Tom Brady “As long as I see the Chiropractor, I feel like I”m one step ahead of the game” – Tom Brady, New England Patriots Why it Matters in Spokane WA Athletes and Chiropractic care go hand in hand. ¬†Keeping and maintaining your joints to move freely provides…

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Piriformis Syndrome in Spokane WA

Piriformis Syndrome in Spokane WA Here is a condition that effects the hip and legs. When this gets really bad it can cause Sciatica in Spokane WA into the leg. The Piriformis muscle is located deep in the gluteal region. It is a flat, broad muscle that helps stabilize and move the hip joint. It…

Chiropractic Spokane WA Woman Stretching

Bicepital Tendinitis in Spokane WA

Bicepital Tendinitis in Spokane WA A condition of the shoulder caused by irritation or inflammation of the tendon of the bicep muscle. Typically presents after heavy weight lifting with the arms, repetitive over head motions with the arms, swimming or throwing. Symptoms in Spokane WA include pain in the front of the shoulder that worsens…

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Thoracic Extensions in Spokane WA

Thoracic Extensions in Spokane WA Tip of the day: Thoracic Extensions in Spokane WA Do you ever get really tight and/or sore between your shoulders by the end of the day? Do you have a desk job or sit on a computer/tablet? Try this out, it should help relieve some of that pain you get…

Chiropractic Spokane WA Lower Spine Xray

Psoas Syndrome in Spokane WA

Psoas Syndrome in Spokane WA Psoas Syndrome in Spokane WA is said to be uncommon but I think that this is because it is very easy to overlook and commonly gets mis-diagnosed. The psoas muscle originates off the back from the T12-L5 vertebrae, then crosses the hip and inserts on the femur. This muscle flexes…