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    Recipe to Help You Reduce Low Back Pain

       Low back pain (LBP) is said to affect eight out of every ten people here in the United States, and this includes both sedentary and physically active individuals.  LBP is very common in athletic circles, and is ever present in the CrossFit and athletic community.  Although the lower back (lumbar spine) is designed for slight movement it is not designed to compensate for hip, knee, ankle and/or shoulder function.   Read More...

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    Tight IT Band? Achy Knees? We've Got A Class For You!

    Achy painful knees?  One of the most constant laments I'm asked to help CrossFitters, distance/track runners and athletes involved in sports with repetitive bending of the knee is chronically tight IT (ilio-tibial) Band.  According to Medscape, iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome (ITBS) is the most common cause of lateral knee pain among athletes.   Read More...

  • Can Corrective Exercise Eliminate Sciatica Pain?

    Can a corrective exercise program help eliminate  sciatica pain?   I get that question a lot here at Pain Free Posture MN.  In fact, I just received an email a couple of days ago that read:   "Deb - my friend suggested I talk to you. I have been experiencing LOWER BACK PAIN for about 4 months now.   Read More...

  • A Postural Therapist's View on Hip Degeneration & Hip Replacement Surgery

    Today I'm pleased to bring you Part 2 of Catee Ingwersen's blog on Joint Replacements and Joint Degeneration.    Hip Replacements By Catee Ingwersen:  The Posture Clinic The pelvis and hip joints work together.   The pelvis is designed in the shape of a bowl except that it has two identical halves.  Imagine a bowl cut in half.   Read More...

  • Hip Degeneration: Cause & Effect from a Postural Perspective

    Happy New Year Achieving Pain Free Life and Living!  Welcome to our first NEW blog post of 2013.  Today I have a must share YouTube video prepared by Brian Bradley (Vice-president of Therapy Protocol at Egoscue, Inc.) that explains Hip Degeneration and how Egoscue Approved Postural Therapy can undo the damage.   Read More...