Thoughts on care and prevention

If I could Turn Back Time

Core stability is important for low back health over a lifetime, and impacts all body movements and postural positions. As a culture, we’ve lost our abdominal control for the most part, but it’s not too late – we can turn back time and get it back!

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Joe Henderson
Take a Look at Yourself

How we hold ourselves in space at rest (static) and while moving (dynamic) is the most important predictor of the shape of things to come. Posture is determined by voluntary muscle contraction. These muscles are controlled by nerve impulses from the motor cortex of the brain. As the brain is pretty busy, it’s always looking for ways to be more efficient.

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