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Activate your Serratus Anterior and Lower Trapezieus Muscles

This is a great way a chiropractor in Kennesaw GA 30144 can help you rebuild the muscles that turn the shoulder into a painful environment.   Let us help you get that shoulder functioning again at Dynamic Spine and Sports Therapy!  

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Quadricep Foam Rolling

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

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Check out our new podcast with Garage Athletes!

https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/garage-athletes-oam-network/id980620801?mt=2&uo=6   In this podcast we talk about the injury prevention and most common mistakes that we see in the office today.  We think some of these will be very helpful to injury proof the body specifically for crossfit and it also does translate well to other sports.   Below is a video in which

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Your Big Toe is your Problem!

Ankle pain, Foot pain, Hip pain, Low back pain, and we have even seen Headaches be the result of a error in movement of the big toe or hallicus.     This is a muscle in which it is connected to the big toe and is considered to be the most overlooked muscle in running

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Saving the Shoulder

Prevent and maintain shoulder strength with this video as a starting point       The ability of the shoulder to stabilize is not independent of its mobility, but rather its ability to find its location in space.  One of those muscles most over looked is the serratus anterior and this muscle has a scapular

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What is Graston Technique or GT?

What is Graston Technique? What is Graston Technique® or GT? Each Graston Technique procedure detects and treats areas of “scar tissue” or adhesions in muscles, tendons and ligaments that can lead to pain and dysfunction. In the healing process, our body attempts to repair muscles, tendons and ligaments with “scar tissue,” much like the scar

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What is Active Release Techniques?

What is ART®? Active Release Techniques is a state of the art system for soft tissue injuries. Based on massage techniques, that treats problems with muscles tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves. Many common conditions are often a result of overused muscles: Back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, neck pain, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis,

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