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Sep 17 2015

Body Awareness: The danger of being too aware

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Body Awareness is a popular term especially in yoga and Pilates circles, but what does it mean? Some Read More...


Sep 02 2015

Is perception reality? Outwit your sense of exertion.

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Exercise obviously involves some amount of exertion. In the Sports Medicine field, this level of Read More...


Aug 16 2015

What would Joseph do? Navigating the Competitive Arena of Pilates

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In recent years, Pilates has become as prominent in some cities as Starbucks. In smaller communities Read More...


Aug 09 2015

Walking with Your Ribs: The Importance of the Upper Body in Gait

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If I asked you "how do you walk?", you would probably describe stepping one foot in front of the Read More...


Jul 29 2015

The Global/Local Dynamic of Functional Movement

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Functional Movements are defined as movements based on real world situational biomechanics. These Read More...


May 01 2015

Keep your Feet on the Ground: The Key to staying Vertical.

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Yesterday, a client came flying in to her session brimming with jubilation‎ as she declared "It's Read More...


Apr 24 2015

Mobility vs Stability: The Building Blocks of Biomechanics

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We go through life with little awareness of whether parts of our body are mobile or stable, until we Read More...


Apr 12 2015

Chasing the Symptoms: A Discussion

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In our role as Movement Professionals, we all have the privilege of working with clients that have Read More...


Mar 29 2015

Feet: What are they good for?

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Happier Feet by Dav Yaginuma. Some rights reserved. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/legalcode
Learn the important role of your feet in movement and everyday life, and simple tricks to remedy pain and release tension all the way up the muscular chain from the ground up. Read More...


Mar 20 2015

The Fear Factor: The Anticipation of Pain in Movement

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As we move through life, we rarely think of the hundreds of coordinated movements that our body Read More...


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ReActive Practitioners have extensive training and experience working with many structural and functional conditions, including...

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  • Posture/Gait Imbalances
  • Hip Instability/Mobility Issues including pre-/post-operative care for hip scope and replacement
  • Shoulder Instability/Mobility Issues including frozen shoulder, rotator cuff imbalances/injuries, pre-/post-operative care for shoulder replacement
  • Spine Issues (Spinal Stenosis, pre- & post-operative care for discectomy, laminectomy, spinal fusion, DDD, ankylosing spondylitis, spondylolisthesis, disc bulges/herniations – Post-rehab)
  • Knee Instability/Mobility Issues including Patellar Femoral Syndrome, pre-/post-operative care for knee scope and replacement
  • Scoliosis – Functional & Structural
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteopenia/Osteoporosis
  • Pre- & Post-natal including diastasis recti, C-Section, SIJ pain/pelvic instability and dysfunction
  • Low, Mid- & Upper back pain (incl Core Stabilization/Muscle Recruitment issues)
  • Muscular Recruitment/Patterning Issues including habitual compensations, faulty recruitment/patterns
  • Chronic conditions – Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, chronic pain syndromes, MS, etc
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Standing & Walking stability issues including balance issues, leg discrepancy, neurological disorders (ie stroke)
  • Functional Movement Issues (ie difficulty performing movements of everyday life ie sit-stand, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling, managing stairs, etc)
  • Sport-Specific Training (golf, tennis, cycling, climbing, swimming, running, education for safer and more effective gym training, etc)
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