As I was walking through the walnut grove at Perrin Park this morning being VERY strategic about my foot to hip connection to rehabilitate my knee, I thought I would share some keys for healthy knees with you.
So these are a few fundamentals and couple of short stories about how to keep your knees from getting damaged by poor posture, movement, and…yes..even thought patterns.
Join me in the walnut grove in the video episode above.
P.S. One of the stories today was from a new Core Wellness Institute student who just enrolled yesterday who found relief significant relief from his knee pain in only 3 days.
My favorite part about the training is that when you focus on fixing dysfunctional patterns of posture, movement, thought, and nutrition…pain relief becomes a nice “side benefit”
The video stopped at 2:59 minutes in the middle of your lecture. I would like to know the ending. Thanks Paul
got it fixed Pau. It’s all there now!
Same here, stopped just as you were talking about going upstairs. I love your videos! Looking forward to seeing the rest 🙂
It’s all there now, Pamela. Enjoy!
Thank you! I notice that I have gotten into the habit of pulling myself upstairs rather than pushing. That’s a great tip!
same issue here too. audio and video froze at 2:59 in. after it buffered audio continued but video frozen
all good now, Robin!
Needed to be reminded of this. Thank you!
Great video thanks 🙂
Hello dr hoffman, I have winged scapula on my left shoulder. My left shoulder blade is lower and further away from the spine then my right. My physical therapist told me that it was because my left rhomboid is not working. He gave me an exercise where you lie on your stomach and push away with the inside of your elbows, (elbows at eye level when head is touching floor). Is it a good rhomboid isolation exercise? is there another rhomboid isolation exercise i could do?