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An update on Jennifer

April 24, 2013

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Back in February I posted two postural assessments. The first one was of Jeremy, the second Jennifer. I posted a very thorough update on Jeremy here, now it’s time for a quick one on Jennifer. I emailed Jennifer asking how she was doing, and here was her reply, “Hey Brian I’ve been doing really well. I think […]

An example of how important your sleep positioning can be

April 16, 2013

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One thing I harp on is the importance of everyday daily movements and how -when it comes to getting out of pain- these are much more important than your exercise routine. I’ve droned on and on about this. You can read more in Why you’re still in pain, Get unbalanced to get balanced, and How to be a good […]

Thinking about wrist pain

April 11, 2013

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The most common reason(s) I see causing wrist issues are: 1) Excessive wrist extension 2) Excessive ulnar deviation i.e. the wrist turns out too much. 3) Combination of 1) and 2). Example of excessive ulnar deviation of right wrist below: – This post is going to cover scenarios where these two movements happen too much […]

Gluten / food allergies and muscle and joint pain

April 3, 2013

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I received this question a bunch of times recently. Oddly, I’ve only received this question through people who have found me online. In however many years I don’t think I’ve had a single person ask me this in person. The gist of the question is, “I’ve had X or Y pain forever, do you think […]