This is a common question in my practice and worth the effort here to describe the normal process of which the “lug nuts” of the shoulder girdle slowly wear as the years go by. The symbolism of lug nuts is highly appropriate noting that the four rotator cuff muscles serve to hold the ball in […]
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As a physical therapist helping middle age and older adults deal with their acute to chronic musculoskeletal issues, I have seen first-hand the progression (or regression) of people who are not proactive thru the middle years of life to prepare, from a physical fitness perspective, for the so called golden years. If unprepared, these years […]
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Because of its attachment onto the lumbar spine, the psoas muscle, which is a hip flexor, can cause low back pain by compressing the lumbar spine (see below) and causing increased lordosis (swayback). In this position, the abdominal a and glutes are unable to activate efficiently and effectively to provide stability.
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