Tagged with #anatomy

Hip Hip Hooray ! (for opening the femoroacetabular joint)

Hip Hip Hooray ! (for opening the femoroacetabular joint)

Our hips are amazing joints, the are both very stable and still provide a surprising range of motion. Show them some love with some of my favorite hip opening postures. Continue reading

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Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injuries OR do babies tip more than 20% ?

Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injuries OR do babies tip more than 20% ?

Recently, I evaluated a VERY young little one (we are talking WEEKS people) and many friend and family wondered: WHAT could a physical therapist possibly being doing with a baby so young? So this “Donnerstag” we are going to explore: Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injuries

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Reach for the brass ring

Reach for the brass ring

I am reaching for this ring because from the moment I first stumbled onto a mat about 10 years ago, yoga has filled every corner of me with light and love. I have learned (and continue to learn) how to meet and face challenges on and off my mat with grace. I am reaching because I fundamentally believe that movement, serenity, and respect for oneself and other beings is a path to mind and body wellness. And though (blissfully) I will always be a student, I am reaching for this ring because I want to share these things with my family and friends, my patients, and strangers who are yet to cross my path. Continue reading