When people come to an opinion of pain, we can assume that they have moved into the “OK-“ side of the “OK scale” perceiving that there is a challenge or… Read more Do the Ends Justify the Means? →
In their paper An Evolutionary Stress-Response Hypothesis for Chronic Widespread Pain (Fibromyalgia Syndrome), Lyon, Cohen, and Quintner state that “all states of affairs salient to the organism are perceived in… Read more The "OK" Scale →
Another of my video demonstrations produced by Will Stewart of 3D Optimal Performance.
We put together another one. This one demonstrates some applications for knee pain. Enjoy!
This is a concept that I teach quite often as a way to monitor through the foot. I learned the technique in a tai chi for balance class. This is another production by Will Stewart of 3D Optimal Performance.
This is part 2 of the series where I demonstrate the concept of EdgeWork as applied to the foot and ankle. Once again produced by Will Stewart of 3D Optimal Performance. In case you missed it, here is part one.
Special thanks to Will Stewart at 3-D Optimal Performance. Will produced this video and did a great job.
I recently wrote about the balanced diet of movement and how important the movement repertoire can be. But I want to be clear that just having options isn’t enough. After all, just having a car and map doesn’t get you to the grocery store. You’ve got to get in and drive. If a broad movement repertoire were all you needed then gymnasts, dancers and contortionists would all be pain free. But, alas, they hurt like the rest of us. Let’s try an experiment . Place a cup upside down on… Read more Get In and Drive →