Monthly Archives - September 2017

Calf, Achilles Tendon and Foot Stretches with the Posturenomic Slant Board

The Achilles tendon or heel cord is the largest tendon in the body, stretching from the calcaneus (back of the heel) to the calf muscles. The calf is comprised of two 2 muscles; Gastrocnemius originates on the medial and lateral condyles of the femur while the Soleus are distal originating on the tibia and fibula. The gastrocnemius has two heads that proximally attach to the tibia and fibula causing the posterior ascetics of the calf. The Soleus is found [...]

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Posturenomic Slant Board Instructional Video

With the Posturenomic board will give you a non-slip foundation in 3 progressive angles that will help to increase rotational mobility. The body is a kinetic chain that works synergistically to maintain balance, functionality, and mobility. Even though your knee pain hasn’t caused you to stop walking, it doesn’t mean it should be left unattended it. Starting from the foundation and moving up to each joint we should be able to join movements in a fluid manner. Ankle- The ankle after [...]

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