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    Default Useful Web Resource for correcting imbalances

    Hi all,

    1. I have been getting PMed regarding:

    i. Postural movements
    ii. Stretches
    iii. Exercises

    2. I have been looking for a good, easy-to-understand web resource to help others understand their bodys' better, and I think I have found a good, easy-to-understand reference called PhysioAdvisor -

    3. It lists all exercises and stretches for all muscles and joints in great detail.

    4. In terms of providing comprehensive programs for particular ailments, the ones that it offers are a bit simple, but a starting point nonetheless.

    For example, it has programs for, among other,

    i. Scheuermanns-disease -

    ii. Spondylolisthesis -

    I have to deal with some lack of work issues at the moment, so I will not be able to help out on this site until this has been resolved.

    Hope to be in touch with you all again soon,


  2. #2
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    Apr 2013

    Default Re: Useful Web Resource for correcting imbalances

    Thank you adaptation! !! Admins? Da police? How do we make this a sticky?

    goodluck with work

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    Default Re: Useful Web Resource for correcting imbalances

    I'll add a link to this thread in the "Useful Threads" sticky
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