brand new stretching pages

STRETCHING PAGES
TO GO ALONG WITH OUR TISSUE REMODELING


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For years now, I have been using generic stretches (similar to those above — only I was the model).  These have been given out in the form of handouts used to show patients our stretching protocols.  That is about to change.  For the past several months I have been trying to find time to create a Stretching Page to go along with our TISSUE REMODELING PAGE.  It’s finally getting done.  We are shooting the photos today, and the pages should be up (hopefully) by the end of the week.   Here is our STRETCHING PAGE, that will have links to a half dozen or so individual stretching pages.  The stretches on these pages will not be generic, but instead fit into specific categories for use with our Tissue Remodeling Treatment.

STRETCHING PAGES & STRETCHING CATEGORIES

Some of these will be for the hip / thigh (Hip Stretches, Thigh Stretches, Quadriceps Stretches, Hamstring Stretches, Posterior Knee Stretches, Psoas Stretches, Groin Stretches), foot / ankle (Foot Stretches, Ankle Stretches, Plantar Fasciitis Stretches, Stretches for Chronically Sprained Ankles), wrist / hand (Hand Stretches, DeQuervain’s Syndrome Stretches, Wrist Stretches, Forearm Stretches, Elbow Stretches), piriformis (Piriformis Syndrome Stretches of all sorts), neck (Neck Stretches, Trapezius Stretches, SCM Stretches, Occipital Stretches, Platysma Stretches), shoulder / chest (Front Deltoid Stretches, Rear Deltoid Stretches, Anterioir Shoulder Stretches, Posterior Shoulder Stretches, Rotator Cuff Stretches, Supraspinatus Stretches, Chest Stretches, Pec Stretches), back (a Wide Variety of Stretches for both the Upper and Lower Back), calf (Calf Stretches, Anterior Tibial Stretches, Gastrocnemius Stretches, Soleus Stretches Achilles Stretches, Tibialis Anterior Stretches), miscellaneous (Osgood Schlatter’s Stretches, Tendinitis Stretches, Tendinosis Stretches, Fascia Stretches, ITB Stretches, Illiotibial Band Stretches, Stretches for Muscle Pulls, Stretches for Muscle Tears, Stretches for Whiplash Injuries, etc….).
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