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Designed to Move | Valgus Knee

Designed to Move | Valgus Knee

What is Valgus Knee? Valgus knee refers to a medical condition where the knees internally rotate, often touching each other. This is caused by a pronounced hip adduction, internal hip rotation, and pronation of the foot, resulting from under activated glute muscles....
Designed to Move | Common Compensation Patterns

Designed to Move | Common Compensation Patterns

The basis for most compensation patterns start out from inefficient upright movement (walking and running). How we stand and walk for extended periods of time can create foot problems, especially in the arch, because of hard, flat surfaces and unsupportive shoes. When...

Designed to Move | The Zone of Apposition

Body Asymmetry and Breathing Mechanics The body is naturally asymmetrical, affecting all aspects of our movements and breathing mechanics.  A prime example of this is seen between the left and right hemispheres of the lungs and the diaphragm (the primary muscle used...

Stress and Physical Pain

When we experience physical pain issues, there is usually an urgency to just relieve the symptoms. We treat the ailment. think that we have fixed the issue, but then we become puzzled when it comes back at full force.  Why does the problem keep happening? Well, a...