Miscellaneous

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.
Relieve Stress & Anxiety
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.
Brandt-Daroff for Vertigo
BPPV, or Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, can literally stop you in your tracks. Hopefully this vertigo treatment with Brandt Daroff exercises will help. As always, make sure you are properly diagnosed because vertigo symptoms can be coming from something more serious.
Use a TENS Unit
TENS units & EMS units can be very helpful when recovering from an injury or surgery. The two are very different, but often come together in one unit like the iStim EV-805 unit I use in this video.
Seated Stretches for Seniors
This seated stretching routine for seniors focuses on simple stretches that can help loosen up the muscles in the neck, shoulders, back, hips, and knees.
Groin Pain Relief
Groin pain can come from many things, so it’s important to get a proper diagnosis. Groin pain can be from an adductor strain, labral tear, hip impingement, hip arthritis, or a sports hernia. These simple stretches and exercises should help relieve the pain.
Seated Exercises for Seniors – Real-Time Routine
This seated exercise routine for seniors focuses on simple exercises that can help loosen up and strengthen the muscles in the neck, shoulders, back, hips, knees, and ankles. It’s a great daily routine at any age.
Chest Muscle Pain Relief
Chest stretches or Pec stretches are a great way to help relieve chest pain and improve posture. Today I'll show you a simple chest stretch in real time.
Stretches for Seniors
These simple stretches are easy to do every day to help seniors stay mobile, independent, and pain free from head to toe! They can also help improve balance, gait, and decrease the risk of falls. And they are not just for seniors, they are also great for anyone looking for a simple every day routine.
Bell's Palsy Exercises
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.
Breathing Exercises
These simple breathing exercises are great for people with COPD or for people who want to be able to hold their breath longer like swimmers or surfers. These are also great for relaxation.
Exercises at Work
Working at a desk or gaming all day can cause people to get stiff and tight in their upper body and lower body. This can also cause forward posture. These quick desk exercises will help reset muscles and keep the blood circulating in your body.
Buying an new mattress tips
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.
Therapeutic Yoga
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.
Basic Core Exercises
Core exercises are very important to have a healthy and stable back as well as the whole body. The core is not only the front, sides, and back of the trunk, but it is also the pelvic floor. When first starting core exercises, it is best to try modified ones first and then progress to harder movements as the core gets stronger.

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