Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization
Michael Rintala, D.C
Have back pain? If you ask a yoga teacher, they will give you three stretches. If you go to a physiotherapist, they will give you three Bosu Ball exercises, and if you go to a personal trainer, they will give you three resistance workouts.
So who is right? They all are.
To heal a joint, you need to take a systems approach, and in almost all cases, there are multiple areas to address. Your path to healing is usually more complicated and longer than you anticipated, but the good news is that you can often find your way back to health.
Listen & Learn
- Why childlike movements (roll, crawl, squat, walk) can help you heal
- How long it will take to heal chronic pain
- The role of breathing and the diaphragm muscle specifically
- Why a whole-person approach is crucial
- Why MRI / CT scans are not be a life sentence for pain
Links & Resources
Dr. Rintala’s Site
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Dr. Rintala is a chiropractor specializing in sports medicine and rehabilitation. He is a member of the PGA Tour Sports Medicine Team. He is also an International Instructor for the Prague School of Rehabilitation on courses in: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization.
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