Hab It: Pelvic Floor Optimal Posture Review

August 21, 2011 by  
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Optimal Posture Tips for Women Women’s Physical Therapist Tasha Mulligan discusses female posture and the role it plays in addressing symptoms of pelvic floor weakness such as incontinence and prolapsed.. Special information for pregnant and post-partum women! Poor posture can put stress on your lower back and abdominal basket, exacerbating problems with your pelvic floor muscles. Unless you work to achieve optimal posture, the road to rehabilitation may be longer than necessary. This video will help you understand proper posture and alignment, and how to achieve and maintain it throughout your exercises. Relevant Links: www.balancethecenter.com ; www.healthcentral.com

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Health Tip Avoid Back, Neck & Leg Pain, Austin Chiropractic

January 1, 2011 by  
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Be My Friend – www.myspace.com Health Tip Avoid Back Pain, Neck Pain & Leg Pain, Austin Chiropractic Dr. Echols is a Chiropractor in Austin, Texas. In this video he discusses how men having a wallet under your butt can cause problems with nerves and the spine. See what Chiro care can do for you. Wiki Sciatic Nerve en.wikipedia.org Visit Dr. Echols website at www.dcnrt.com This video was produced by Psychetruth www.myspace.com www.youtube.com psychetruth.blogspot.com Psychetruth is empowered by TubeMogul http © Copyright 2008 Zoe Sofia. All Rights Reserved.

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