Respiration, and how it impacts movement, is a topic of dear interest to me.
I scoured a bunch of resources to better understand how this process works, and I figured I’d record a talk on how I am applying these concepts.
Basically, I do the work, you reap the results #tistheseason
Here were some of the topics I discussed in this talk:
- The anatomy of respiration
- The physiology of respiration
- Alterations in physiology and anatomy as respiratory demands increase
- How to simply assess how movement is affected by respiration
- Easy to implement treatments to favorably impact movement
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Without further adieu, here is the first 30 minutes of the talk.
Movement Debrief Episode 27 is in the books. Here is a copy of the video and audio for your listening pleasure.
Here is the set list:
- The three types of infrasternal angles
- Anatomical theories regarding the infrasternal angle
- Infrasternal angle treatment
- The different positions of the lumbar spine
- Restoring lumbar position
- Restoring cervical spine position
- My treatment sequence for restoring shoulder motion
- Which are my favorite hikes
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Here were the links I mentioned:
Pre-existent vertebral rotation in the human spine is influenced by body position.
Right thoracic curvature in the normal spine
Analysis of preexistent vertebral rotation in the normal spine.
Effect of changes in pelvic tilt on range of motion to impingement and radiographic parameters of acetabular morphologic characteristics.
PRI Craniocervical Mandibular Restoration
Here is the exercise I mentioned from Daddy-O Pops for a retracted and elevated scapula.
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Basket Case Study
The other day I woke up with some right-sided neck pain. I had some discomfort and slight limitations rotating or sidebending right.
Now I’ve already completed many systemic-oriented treatments, and don’t really have a go-to non-manual for the occasional crick in the neck. I was unable to get any manual therapy, nor were self-mobilizations effective.
What’s a guy to do? Continue reading “Change The Context: 3 Tools to Treat Neck Pain”