Here’s a quick tutorial on an exercise that hits your legs back and arms all at once. You can substitute a dumbbell or a medicine ball for the kettlebell. As always use common sense.make sure this is appropriate for you- check w a doctor first 😉
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This is an excellent little video that I ran across on the web that covers home shoulder and rotator cuff exercises. If this home treatment isn’t enough to help, call us @ 303.300.0424 and our Denver chiropractor (80222) can help with Active Release and guided rehab. Note: this gentleman is not affiliated w our Denver Chiropractic Center, but the video is great nonetheless.
Today we show you how to grab a kettlebell and take it outside to do a little leg training. As always, check with a doctor first. If you don’t know how to use a kettlebell, find a qualified trainer in your are to teach you. Have fun out there!
These exercises can help prevent back pain, hip pain, knee pain and even sciatica. But remember, this is not a substitute for medical advice. If you need help with back pain, hip pain or knee pain, why not call us at 303.300.0424?
This popular post on our Facebook page features our Denver Chiropractor showing you some lifting tips to help you avoid back pain in your garden this year.
It surprises many people that a chiropractor can treat foot pain, ankle sprains, calf pain and shin splints. We also work with recovering injuries (like post-surgery or after coming out of a cast or boot). Well, we sure do. We use advanced Active Release Techniques soft tissue treatments for the muscles and ligaments and simple rehab exercises like these.
Because I broke my ankle in 2017 I went on a long frustrating journey of various physical therapy approaches to rehab it. These simple classic exercises are what work best. Use your good judgment, check with your doctor, and make sure these are right for you.
I am back from a 4-Day Active Release Techniques (ART) advanced class in Colorado Springs. It was an awesome weekend learning new protocols that I’ve already started using in the office. If you need need us, call us @ 303.300.0424
We have our latest video below for you: Neck stretches Level 1 and 2.
As always, use common sense and make sure this video is appropriate for you.