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It is all connected: part 4, The Spiral Line

The spiral line is a line of connective tissue that runs from the arch of our feet to the base ofour skull. In the front body, this fascial line travels up and crosses from our left hip to our right…

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Pelvic Floor Muscle Over-activity what it means, and what to do about it.

Let's break down what Pelvic Floor Muscle over activity might look like. This can be a confusing issue and depending on what type of doctor you see, the answer might be different. If you have pelvic floor muscle over activity,…

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Is my back pain related to my pelvic symptoms?

This is a question that comes up often in clinic. People may assume that because we specialize in pelvic dysfunction, we don't treat backs. Well, that could not be farther from the truth! As a Physical Therapist who specializes in…

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The Psoas Muscle: the forth horseman in pelvic and spinal stability.

The psoas muscle gets a lot of press for being overactive or tight.  Everyone wants to release their psoas.  It seems to stalk my Instagram feed. So, what does the psoas really do and is it truly tight on everyone? …

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