You want to rehab a shoulder injury as soon as possible. If not, it can freeze in a bad position to limit motion, cause pain, arthritis and destroy your posture.
Before starting motion with your shoulder, check your posture to make sure you exercise in a good position. Then start with stretches first by causing enough tension without causing pain. Then add in strength exercises with simple weights to improve strength.
Start you rehab in this order:
Corner Stretch for Rounded Shoulders
3 Shoulder Exercises for Shoulders
Wall Push up
These exercises will stretch, then strengthen your shoulder to keep it pain-free. The bonus is your posture will improve to tolerate the physical and static (such as sitting or standing) stresses of your day to keep you strong and relaxed.
How do you deal with a Bully at your work, or at a kid’s school? This interview explains the physical and emotional mindset to help stop a bully. There events throughout the year will help you and your kids from being affect by a bully.
Highlights (podcast times):
(1:40) Why there is a need for Bully Buster events.
(2:50) Communication first.
(3:45) Build confidence.
(6:25) Training to handle stress better.
(10:15) Build emotional health.
(12:15) Event to help parents know their kids.
(14:15) Who is a bully?
(15:15) Similar Street Smarts event for adults (14 y/o+).
(18:00) Why all events open to the public.
(19:20) Dr. Tony’s wrap up.
Learn the steps to understand how to deal with a bully. With kids, how they can gain confidence and self-esteem to prevent themselves or friends to being bullied. Jeremy and Jessica put on free events throughout the year, so help yourself and kids.
“Dr. Tony has been working on my back since early November and I’ve been getting treatment twice a week. I was in a car accident and hurt my back pretty bad. I always feel great after my treatments and pain is gone now, just slight discomfort. Finally healed enough to start going back to the gym and he’s been pushing me to get stronger. Taylor at the front desk is super nice and is really accommodating. If you’re looking for a chiropractor, go here. You’re welcome.”
The human body is a great machine. But when it stops moving, it can get sick and weak. This affects your physical and mental state. This talk explains how this occurs, and how you can reverse it.
Highlights (podcast times):
(1:45) Flight or Fight Response.
(4:50) Chiropractic adjustments gets you to a relaxed state.
(8:00) How you can relax by your P.M.A.
(10:15) How to stay relaxed.
(11:45) Relax to think better.
(12:20) The stress hormone: Cortisol.
(13:45) Get uncomfortable to relax.
(14:40) Routine, then change other habits.
(17:50) Dr. Tony’s close.
The body has an internal system that keeps you alive. Keep moving allows your body’s nerve, chemical, hormonal systems to stay normal. Then you can stay strong and have a positive mindset to tolerate the stressors of everyday life.
Rev. Herman is my blind videographer (I know not the best choice) who scared me today.
As you can see, his move to getting up takes a little practice.
Here are the steps:
1. However you end up on the ground, get to a seated position.
2. Rest one leg on the floor and slightly bend the same knee.
3. Bring the other foot behind you, so that knee is rest on the floor.
4. Lean forward, putting both palms in front of you.
5. Bring your front leg behind you, so you end on both knees.
6. Bring your knees close to your chest.
7. In one move shift your weight from your hands to your feet and stand up.
Herman (the ballerina he is) did steps 5-7 in one move.
These steps require good balance and leg strength.
Start next to steady table or chair, progress next to a wall, then in the center of the room to avoid injury.
Essential oils use has continue to grow over the last 10+ years. The health benefits have been proven. In this interview learn how to use essential oils to keep you and your family healthy especially during the holidays/winter with expert Vanessa Luu.
(2:35) Melaleuca & Oregano for sickness recovery.
(5:00) On Guard stops the start of a cold/flu.
(11:00) How diffusers work?
(11:50) Frankincense: king of oils.
(16:00) Turmeric benefits.
(18:45) Kit for allergies, relax, stay healthy.
(25:40) Oils safe for infants?
(27:50) Oils different than lotions.
(30:10) Oils different than medications.
(37:20) Car diffuser benefits.
(44:45) Are oils addictive?
(50:20) Free consulting with Vanessa.
(51:35) DoTerra oils difference.
(54:40) Healthy mindset oils.
(59:20) Women’s health oils.
(101:35) Vanessa’s wrap up.
(103:45) Dr. Tony’s wrap up.
Oils are concentrated liquids from plants that have been around for centuries. Our ancestors used them as medicine, and is the reason consumers are now using them more. DoTerra educates consumers and sells high-quality oils to get the best benefit. Consult with Vanessa for FREE to understand how essential oils can help you and your family stay healthy.
Want to help keep your body relaxed and pain-free? Your lower body holds your body weight when standing. Performing specific exercises for your feet legs and hips in different positions can improve your circulation, flexibility and strength to tolerate the stress of your daily lives. Listen to the podcast, watch the video then exercise to keep yourself strong and relaxed.
Highlights (podcast times):
(1:20) How to stretch your feet.
(13:10) Lower leg stretch.
(16:00) Ankle motion stretch for balance.
(20:15) Feet stretch when sitting.
(25:10) Hip stretching (seated and standing) for sciatica, ITB band.
(33:20) Fibromyalgia: what is it?
(35:00) How moving to improve strength, stop pain.
(38:05) Dr. Tony’s wrap up.
Pain and arthritis comes from two things: weak muscles, stiff joints. Avoid this by performing daily exercises to help your body stay strong and relaxed. These lower body exercises are a good start. Add upper body exercises to have a full-body experience.
“Dr. Tony is a MASTER at his craft! I’ve had awful posture for awhile posture so I came in, we did XRays and an adjustment. He explained what was going on thoroughly during the whole process. Not only did I leave feeling better, I feel more knowledgeable now. Thanks so much!!”