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A Simple Foot Treatment

Many people stand with their center of gravity falling into their toes. With this forward flexed stance, the big toe takes the majority of the weight. This predisposes the feet to problems such as bunions, fallen arches, plantar fasciitis, and Morton’s neuroma. Developing an awareness of where your heel strikes the …

Categories: Body Sustainability, Exercise, Feet, Foot pain, Knees, Pain, Posture, Yamuna Foot Fitness

Post by Mary Falk PT on February 17, 2017

A Simple Foot Treatment

Many people stand with their center of gravity falling into their toes. With this forward flexed stance, the big toe takes the majority of the weight. This predisposes the feet to problems such as bunions, fallen arches, plantar fasciitis, and Morton’s neuroma. Developing an awareness of where your heel strikes the …

Categories: Body Sustainability, Exercise, Feet, Foot pain, Knees, Pain, Posture, Yamuna Foot Fitness

Post by Mary Falk PT on February 17, 2017

Skinny Jeans and Your Health

In the News Last month in the news it was reported that a woman was hospitalized for an unusual reason. She was unable to walk after spending a lot of time in the squatting position cleaning out cupboards while wearing skinny jeans. The tight fitting pants caused a condition called …

Categories: Pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD), Posture

Post by Mary Falk PT on July 26, 2015

Leg alignment
Leg alignment

Skinny Jeans and Your Health

In the News Last month in the news it was reported that a woman was hospitalized for an unusual reason. She was unable to walk after spending a lot of time in the squatting position cleaning out cupboards while wearing skinny jeans. The tight fitting pants caused a condition called …

Categories: Pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD), Posture

Post by Mary Falk PT on July 26, 2015

What is Yamuna Body Rolling®?

Have you heard of Yamuna Body Rolling? Yamuna Body Rolling is a self-conditioning technique that is becoming more popular worldwide. The technique is helpful in the relief of many pain related issues and can also affect the body’s internal organs, circulatory and nervous systems. This technique involves routines where a …

Categories: Back Pain, Posture, Yamuna Body Rolling, Yamuna balls

Post by Mary Falk PT on July 24, 2015

What is Yamuna Body Rolling®?

Have you heard of Yamuna Body Rolling? Yamuna Body Rolling is a self-conditioning technique that is becoming more popular worldwide. The technique is helpful in the relief of many pain related issues and can also affect the body’s internal organs, circulatory and nervous systems. This technique involves routines where a …

Categories: Back Pain, Posture, Yamuna Body Rolling, Yamuna balls

Post by Mary Falk PT on July 24, 2015

8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back

While vacationing in Hawaii, I spent many hours watching different people of all ages walking along the beach. I noticed a variety of ways each body supported itself in an upright standing position. Do posture habits, or the way we carry ourselves throughout the day, contribute to whether we have …

Categories: Back Pain, Posture

Post by Mary Falk PT on December 12, 2013

8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back

While vacationing in Hawaii, I spent many hours watching different people of all ages walking along the beach. I noticed a variety of ways each body supported itself in an upright standing position. Do posture habits, or the way we carry ourselves throughout the day, contribute to whether we have …

Categories: Back Pain, Posture

Post by Mary Falk PT on December 12, 2013

Structure Rules Function: Looking at the whole before treating the part.

While at a continuing education seminar, the instructor explained this premise in relationship to the human body. The body functions best when it is in proper alignment and each part is doing the job it was created to do. Structure Rules Function An example of this principle is the collapse …

Categories: Bowenwork, Holistic Medicine, Pain, Physical Therapy, Posture, Shoulder Pain, Yamuna Body Rolling

Post by Mary Falk PT on June 10, 2013

Structure Rules Function: Looking at the whole before treating the part.

While at a continuing education seminar, the instructor explained this premise in relationship to the human body. The body functions best when it is in proper alignment and each part is doing the job it was created to do. Structure Rules Function An example of this principle is the collapse …

Categories: Bowenwork, Holistic Medicine, Pain, Physical Therapy, Posture, Shoulder Pain, Yamuna Body Rolling

Post by Mary Falk PT on June 10, 2013