From Vertigo, TMJ, and Balance exercises to how to use a cane, breathing exercises and even exercises for dogs, this category has it all. Watch as Doctor Jo demonstrates a wide variety of physical therapy exercises, stretches, tips, and techniques for miscellaneous things.
Finding the right mattress can be difficult. Some people like them firm, some like them soft, and some like them in between. Since everyone's different, here are 5 tips to consider when buying a new mattress.
The Epley Maneuver for Vertigo can be very effective at relieving vertigo symptoms, but it’s a procedure that should be performed by a physical therapist or other health care professional. This video is for demonstration purposes only.
It’s Therapeutic Yoga Stretches & Exercises Day in my Whole Body Wellness Challenge for beginners! This real-time therapeutic yoga routine is simple, but effective in helping relax & relieve stress and anxiety.
Did you know GERD or Acid Reflux can often be relieved by simple stretches and exercises? In this video, I'll show several stretches and exercises that can help prevent and relieve the symptoms of GERD or acid reflux.
Breathing exercises can be a great way to help relieve stress and anxiety. This video focuses on two relaxing breathing techniques: Square breathing (aka box breathing, 4x4 breathing, 4-part breath, etc.) and Pursed breathing.
Bell’s Palsy is the sudden weakness of your facial muscles on one half of the face. These exercises may seem like you are just making funny faces, but this will help get the weak muscles working again.
The pelvic floor muscles are often overlooked, and people don’t think about strengthening them. Since the pelvic floor muscles are small, it doesn’t take a lot of movement to work them, so it’s best to start with a little and slowly progress.
When the pectoralis (pec) muscles are strained, overused, or even tightened due to bad posture, it can cause chest pain and tightness. These easy chest pain relief techniques should help, but it’s always important to check in with your doctor if you are having chest pain to rule out any serious conditions.