Exercise Essentials Try this exercise to keep you help with pain...
MINI SQUAT Stand with feet shoulder width apart. Perform a squatting motion initiated by bending at the hip. Only bend knees slightly, do not bend knees beyond 45 degrees. Rise up by straightening at the hip. Repeat 8 times.
Strengthens Core & Relieves Back Pain
Isaiah graduated from Carroll University with a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Management and Administration. Shortly after, he became an integral part of the Franklin Rehabilitation team.Stepping intoanadministrative
role, he hopes to further develop the excellent care and services provided by the staff at Franklin Rehabilitation. Isaiah is mostly situatedat the frontdesk inFranklinRehabilitation–atour Innovative Health & Fitness location. From there, he is always greeting patients, answering their questions regarding services and care and helping in any way to provide the best experience for each person. While his degree is in Business, he doesn’t want to be stuck in a cubicle. He loves being present with our patients, is extremely personable and enjoys helping others reach their full potential as they journey on their way to optimal health.
Always consult your physical therapist or physician before starting exercises you are unsure of doing.
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3 Common Spine Problem Areas
Whether you have back pain, neck pain, or radiating arm / leg pain, we can help. Your spine must be flexible, strong, and healthy in order for you to maintain a pain free body. We ensure that you’ll achieve the best results for your back/neck pain with the Franklin Rehabilitation spine program. UPPER SPINE Pain or injury here is often responsible for headaches to the scalp and face. This area helps with overall body balance and the ability to rotate the neck. Conditions involving the upper spine often present as limited motion and contribute to a forward head posture. As a result, this increases strain on the neck causing muscle pain and tension. In addition, weakness and pain to the shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers can be common. MID SPINE Pain or injuries here can cause limited motion and mid-back pain. The nerves exiting this area are responsible for digestion, heart and lung function. Limited motion here also increases the amount of strain on the lower spine. LOWER SPINE A common area of low back pain and radiating leg pain. This area can cause a significant amount of back pain because it is supposed to rotate with walking. Furthermore, this is a common area for disc herniation that can cause pain, numbness and tingling into the buttocks, thighs, legs or feet.
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