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Shoulder Overhead Flexibility | Brighton Chiropractor

Shoulder overhead flexibility | brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman demonstrates that flexibility is often lost after rotator cuff injuries, forzen shoulders or nerve injuries and we need to mobilise them quickly so they do not become stiff and limited in range of motion

please complete these exercises within pain free range of motion and without causing discomfort

For further hints and tips on shoulder injuries and health in general then go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/

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Figure Four Hip Stretch | Brighton Chiropractor

Figure Four Hip Stretch | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman demonstrates a stretch to help loosen the gluteal muscles, hip joints and take pressure off the low back joints

For more hints and tips go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/

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Advanced Pigeon Stretch | Brighton Chiropractor

Advanced Pigeon Stretch | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman demonstrates an exercise to stretch the low back hips and gluteal muscles.

This is a great exercise to improve flexibility and prevent back stiffness occuring

For further hints and tips go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/

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Wall Angel Press | Brighton Chiropractor

Wall Angel Press | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman shows how to do a presrcibed exercise which helps you activiate the postural muscles in the mid-back and prevents some of the tight muscles in the shoudlers and neck from causing pain

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Leg Foam Rolling | Brighton Chiropractor

Leg Foam Rolling | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman shows you how to release and ease tension in the leg muscles includiing

1. Gluteals
2. Ilio-tibial Band
3. Calf Muscles

this can help ease tension and knee pain, hip pain and or plantar fasciitis in the ankle/foot.

It can also hellp prevent leg injuries inclduing overuse injusries when running or during sports.

For any further hints and tips on sports injuries and preventing leg inuries then go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/

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The best exercises for low back and core stability – Dead Bug

The Dead Bug is one of my favourite exercises and is done to stabilise the low back and core when your arms / legs are moving. It will help you stay strong when you are doing regular activities like lifting children, playing contact sports or performing overhead activates.

Pick the level which is appropiate for you and complete 3 x 8-10 reps within your core workout

Enjoy….and wait for the harder progression

 

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