Posts Tagged neck pain

Sternocleidomastoid: The Obliques of the Neck

The sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscles carry powerful mojo in the world of neck pain and movement dysfunction. They can easily ‘punk you’ out (make you chase pain/symptoms) because they rarely if ever physically hurt, yet they can cause so much pain and chaos everywhere else. Most people don’t know they have an SCM problem until someone […]

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10 Common Dance Injuries (One at a Time): SCP STYLE

10 Common Dance Injuries (One at a Time) ¬†Stop Chasing Pain Style   Martha’s Graham once said, ‘Movement never lies.’ Oh how beautiful and true a statement that is. Once I see you move. I see YOUR TRUTH…YOUR STORY. Dancers move and they move a lot. Dance is the expression of your soul. However, when […]

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Upper Cervical (neck) Mobility Self Stretch

According to the Joint by Joint Theory of movement postulated by Gray Cook and Mike Boyle, every joint in the human body should have a combination of mobility (the ability to move) and stability (the ability to control that movement under position change) for optimal function. Joints need, and must have BOTH! See my previous […]

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