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Exercises for Current Patients

Only perform those exercises that your physical therapist has instructed you to complete.


OMG Stretch

This is an incredible stretch for people that have neck, back and low back issues and need to increase their range of motion.  Patients have noticed an ease in their breathing and improvement in their shoulder and hip mobility. This exercise is good for: Athletes who throw a lot, office workers who sit for long periods, and anyone looking to increase their spinal range of motion. 

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Rolling Patterns 

Functional Rolling Upper Prone to Supine

Functional Rolling Lower Supine to Prone

Functional Rolling Lower Prone to Supine


Shoulder Taps

Shoulder taps are a great exercise that works stability of the core muscles. To perform shoulder taps correctly start in a position where your body is straight as a board, supported by your arms and legs. Use your abdominals to keep your body up so you can maintain a straight line from your shoulders to your hips. Do not let your butt rise up or your butt sink towards the floor. Without dropping or rotating your hips, lift your right hand and tap the left shoulder. Immediately replace the right hand and lift your left hand to tap your right shoulder. Alternate the shoulder tap with both arms while not moving your hips. Do not rock back and forth. 

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Core Activation

This core activation exercise is an excellent precursor to UE flexion rolling. The exercise works the core musculature in a way that facilitates stability of the system. To perform this exercise correctly start on your back and, tuck your chin and lift your head up while driving your elbow and knee together, squeezing a ball or block. Your opposite arm should be straight above your head.  

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Single Leg Deadlift

The single leg dead lift is an essential injury-prevention exercise for runners/joggers as it strengthens the hips, engages the hamstrings and gets the glutes firing. This exercise can be performed anywhere with kettlebells, milk cartons and free weights.  To perform the exercise correctly, start in a unilateral fashion using dumb bells or kettlebells. You should hold the weight on the opposite side of the leg that is being trained. So if you are standing on your right leg hold the weight in your left hand. Doing this creates more tension on the glute muscle. Bend at the hips and the knee of the standing leg and reach down to the weight with the opposite leg going backwards. You should also be firing the glute muscle of your standing leg and be actively trying to reach your rear leg foot towards the wall behind you. The rear leg toes should be pointed down towards the ground. The correct position should have the pelvis square to the floor throughout the movement.

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Glute Clamshell

The glute clamshell exercise focuses on a muscle that helps stabilize us when we are walking and standing on one limb. These activities happen every day so stability in this muscle is extremely important.  To perform the exercise correctly lie on your side on the floor, with your hips and knees bent 45 degrees. One leg should be on top of your other leg with your knees and heels together. Make sure to keep your hips inline as you do not want to roll forward or backward. Keeping your feet in contact with each other, raise your top knee as high as you can without moving your pelvis. Don't allow your bottom leg to move off the floor. Pause, then return to the starting position. As the name suggests, think of a clamshell opening as you do the exercise.

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