Movement is Nurturing, But it Also Needs to be Nurtured

Healthy movement is crucial to living an independent lifestyle. Learn about how movement is nurturing and how it regularly needs to be nurtured.

Movement is Nurturing (Part 1): We Are Not Born Movers….We Become Them!

We are not born movers; we become them. Learn how movement develops in babies and how to nurture it to prevent future problems.

Movement is Nurturing (Part 2): Movement Shapes Us

Did you know that movement alters the structure of your body? Thats right! Movement during development is crucial for the development of our anatomy.

Movement Needs to be Nurtured (Part 1): Where Things Can Go Wrong

As we age, our lifestyles provide us with many opportunities to negatively affect our movement and body. Learn about how it is imperative to nurture our body with lots of quality and variable movement.

Movement Needs to be Nurtured (Part 2): Back to the Basics​

Keeping with the theme that “Movement Needs to be Nurtured”, this article explains how the body is always adapting to stress placed on it (or lack thereof).

Introduction to Joint Mobility & Stability (Part 1): Aligning the Basics

This article introduces and contrasts the basic concepts of flexibility as well as joint mobility and stability and applies them to a simple joint model.

Introduction to Mobility and Stability Part 2: Importance of Stiffness

Contrary to popular belief, stiffness can be a good thing. Learn about how our bodies stabilize our joints and prevent injury by creating stiffness.

Stability Explained Part 1: Core Stability

There is more to core stability then having a “six-pack.” Learn about core stability and how it works to keep your body safe from injury. The role of intra-abdominal pressure is also discussed.

Stability Explained Part 2: Wasted Potential (A.K.A. Why do I Get Injured?)

Learn about how we are wired for safe and stable movement and how movement can deteriorate due to our lack of movement variety, quality and quantity.


Posture is to most frequently discussed topic in musculoskeletal healthcare. This series dispells the myths surrounding common posture-related advice, and provides a practical approach to dealing with posture and strain.


Introduction to Posture and Strain

Clinicians frequently attribute a number of common, chronic body ailments to what they consider “bad posture”. But there is more to posture then your side-profile at your computer desk. This post will delve into the complexities of posture and how they apply to your health.

Mitigating Postural Strain Part 1: Managing Strain to Minimize Pain

While the stresses of gravity are incessantly bombarding our body and priming us for strain, there are ways to mitigate the strain. These include managing the strain and preparing for it. In this post we will cover strategies targeting the management of strain in static postures.

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