Quadricep bilateral foam rolling:
The quadricep group has been a hot topic lately for back pain and core stability dysfunction. We believe that the core stability compensation muscle group most utilized for those who sit and stand for a living are the quadricep group. Foam rolling the quads can produce good movement and good feedback for the spine specifically the lumbar spine. This will allow for the pelvis to relax and rock into a posterior moment and allow for less pressure on the lowest lumbar spinal bones. Sometimes the Lumbar spine can show signs of integral dysfunction within the pelvic floor and the core stability systems. Simply relax the quads and the pain may begin to relax. Please seek a chiropractor near Kennesaw GA for more information. We also believe that the foam rolling of the quads should happen following workouts or at the end of the day. This should be completed by staying on a tender spot for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
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