5 Myths of Core Stability

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5 Myths Of Core Stability | Best Toronto Chiropractor Dr Ken Nakamura
Core stability exercises have been proven by research to prevent and rehabilitate many types of pain. [1] The problem is many chiropractors and physiotherapists have made assumptions about lumbar stabilization exercises, abdominal recruitment exercises and motor control exercises. #1 Core Stability Myth Core Stability muscle damage/changes doesn’t affect low back stability or pain. Core muscles are needed for spinal stability. Research, on the other hand, shows that despite damage and changes to the core muscles like in pregnancy and surgery, these damages/changes don’t affect low back stability or pain. [1] The huge amount of research available has not been able[...]

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Posture: Top 5 Websites For Core Exercises

By Dr Ken Nakamura+

Sitting Posture: Core Exercises To Help Your Posture: Toronto Downtown Chiropractor
How is your posture today?    Have you been told you need to improve your posture or need core exercises?   Have you tried to sit in an ideal posture in the morning and within a few minutes your posture had reverted back to normal? It might be due to a need for core exercises.   While I have my articles on posture which are:   Healthy Standing Posture To Reduce Low Back Pain Advanced Posture Exercises For Your Rounded Upper Back How To Improve Your Posture: 4 Upper Back Exercises Posture: Correct The Exaggerated Arch In Your Lower Back[...]

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Posture: Correct the Exaggerated Arch in Your Lower Back with these Easy Posture Exercises

By Dr Ken Nakamura+

Hyperlordosis Posture-Excessive Low Back Curve: Toronto Downtown Chiropractor
Wouldn’t you like to have good posture? If you want to correct the exaggerated curve in your back, you can do that with exercise.   Do you suffer from lower back pain? It’s likely because you have a larger than normal arch in your spine.   In this article, I reveal the basic exercises to correct your increased lower back posture. I’ve added some advanced exercises you can do after you’ve mastered the basics.   Your lower back and your neck both curve forward, the curve is called a lordosis. It is normal posture to have a lordosis in your[...]

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