A few weeks ago, I was afraid that I might run out of material for the blog, the videos in particular. I thought, "I've released most of my exercises at this point, what is left to talk about?"
But I realized that I can't have released most of my exercises yet, because I haven't invented most of my exercises yet.
When I work with patients one-on-one, I always start out with the bread-and-butter exercises to get an idea of how healthy they are, and what works for them. But then, in practically every session I have with someone, I have to brainstorm some new motion, or stretch, or strength exercise for them to do to get the results they desire.
You'll see one of these new moves in an upcoming vlog. It has a name that can't possibly be from ancient Eastern martial arts!
So, how is this relevant to you and your treatment? Well, it means that you should never give up on exercise, because if a certain stretch or movement doesn't help you, it doesn't mean that exercise is general won't help you, it only means that this one particular exercise won't help you.
So we'll just have to invent another that does.
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