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VivAer Procedure Review – Watch this Before You Do it!

Is this surgery helpful for nasal valve dysfunction? Nasal breathing has many positive health effects, but what if you are a chronic mouth breather? Perhaps you have nasal congestion that just won’t let up. There can be many reasons for an inability to nasal breathe, one of them nasal valve dysfunction. If your nose collapses in when you breathe, as opposed to getting bigger, this could indicate an issue with the nasal valve. Sadly, this can’t be improved with exercise. Instead, procedures are often used to improve nasal valve patency. I just tried one of these procedures, called the Vivaer, at The Breathe Institute. Does it work? Watch the video and read the blog below to learn if it does.

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Slouched vs Arched Posture – What’s the Difference?

Is your torso posture limiting your movement? Here’s what to do about it! If you have a tendency to be slouched, arched, or anything between, you might be wondering how you can improve the movements that are often lost with these presentations. The hard part is that the motions limited with these postures, as well as the “fixes” to improve these restrictions, are far from intuitive. Until today. It’ll all be cleaned up in Movement Debrie Episode 165.

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The Best Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Exercises in 2021

If you have carpal tunnel syndrome, you may have to look beyond your wrist! With an increase in computer and remote work, we may see the incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome increase. The problem, however, is that most people only look at the wrist and the neural components in the arm. This approach may be missing some critical pieces that can influence the health of the median nerve, the nerve which is affected by carpal tunnel syndrome. What are those pieces? Don’t worry, fam, I’ll tell you in Movement Debrief 164!

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Top 3 Questions to Ask During Your Physical Therapy School Interview

Questions to ask PT school that will actually impact your career When applying for anything, especially PT school, it’s common and expected to ask the school important questions. This shows that you are vested in the process. The problem is that most of the questions people on the internet tell you to ask are IRRELEVANT to moving forward in your career. Like how to pass the licensure, what separates you from other schools, etc. Although the PT school application process is nerve-wracking, never forget that YOU are also interviewing THEM. You have to make sure this school is the best fit for you and will set you up for success for the rest of your career. How will you know that? Check out today’s post below to learn more!

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What Happens in Vegas, Openness to Learning, and Life‘s Finite Timeline

If you want to learn how to be more productive, deal with criticism, and beef up your learning game, you’ll have to check out this podcast I was featured on. Click below to either watch the podcast or check it out on Spotify! Or the spotify link: To learn more about Chris Liddle, your host, follow the show @thelifestylechase, follow Chris @christianliddle, or head to invigoratetraining.com  Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

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Anterior Pelvic Tilt vs Swayback – What’s the Difference?

Are these pelvic postures a problem? It’s common for people to have significant pelvis postures that may impact movement capabilities, but how do we know when these postures are problematic? What can we do about maximizing the movement of someone who has an anterior pelvic tilt or swayback? Or heck, maybe you can’t even tell the difference between an anterior tilt and swayback posture. Where should you start? Well fam, you should start by peeping Movement Debrief 163!

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5 Mistakes I’ve Made as a Physical Therapist

Rarely do we discuss our mistakes. I’ll be the first We learn some of our best lessons from the mistakes that not only we’ve made, but those before us. Yet rarely does one discuss the times that they’ve failed. Instead, it’s all puppies and rainbows on your social network of choice. Everyone has their best life and best practice all up in there. But without that transparency, without sharing how we fail, we miss out on an incredible learning opportunity. We may fall victim to similar mistakes that can happen throughout both patient care and working with your supreme gym clientele. That ends today. I’m going to share with you 5 mistakes that I’ve made in my physical therapy career, what I’ve learned from those problems, and what I’m doing differently. Let ya boi screw up, so you don’t have to. Check out the video, podcast, and blog below to learn about it!

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How to Improve Your Straight Leg Raise

If you can’t touch your toes, you NEED to check this out The straight leg raise = a big deal for any hinge-type movement, yet it can also be one of the hardest measures to improve. Or is it? Understanding the order of attack when you see a limited straight leg raise can make this often difficult to change test WAY more simple. Don’t worry, Movement Debrief 161 has you covered.

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Hip Flexion Biomechanics

Why hip flexion is SO much more than a sagittal plane movement You may think hip flexion is as easy as bringing your knee to your chest, but there is SO much more going on. In fact, the act of hip flexion has various rotational elements about it, and better understanding these elements can greatly enhance our exercise selection, helping our clients move and perform better.garageband Don’t worry fam, we get into the weeds and come out with an easy understanding of hip flexion in Movement Debrief Episode 160!

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Hip Flexor Stretches Don’t Work – Try These 2 Exercises Instead

If hip flexor stretching is whack, what is better, Zac? It’s super common to feel hip flexor tightness from sitting or a bazillion other things. The problem is that your traditional hip flexor stretches don’t really work…At all. The reason why is NOT because your hip flexor muscles are this evil piece of your anatomy that hates you and cares little about your feeble attempts to stretch them. It’s because tight hip flexors are part of a bigger movement strategy that your body uses. And in order to get these muscles to let go, you have to teach your body a different movement behavior. One that takes into consideration ALL of the areas that influence hip flexor tension. What are they? Well fam watch the video below and read the blog to learn! What are the hip flexors? Are the hip flexors simply evil muscles that exist within your body to cause you all types of pain and problems? Uh, no fam. The hip flexors are several muscles that act to flex the hip (aka bring your thigh closer to your abdomen. If you’ve ever sprinted, walked, went upstairs, done marching exercises, or kneed someone in the gut (wild times in Vegas), then you can be thankful you have hip flexors big fam! For you anatomy nerds, some of the major players that complete this move include: Tensor fascia lata (TFL) Psoas major Iliacus Rectus femoris What other actions do the hip flexors perform? You’ll notice that the hip flexor

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