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Can you learn to dance if you have no rhythm?

13th July 2011
See all 5 photosYou'll stop thinking about the steps and enjoy the moment..My brain understands but my feet won't work!The other thing that holds adults back is muscle memory - the patterns of movement that we've learned growing up.Your body likes doing r... Read >
Author: Hiram Stokes

Shoulder Exercises to Relieve Shoulder Pain

27th April 2010
Shoulder exercises to relieve shoulder pain and injury must always be done with the guidance of an expert therapist who understand the abstract structure as well as function of shoulder joints. These exercises must repeatedly be done to recover quickly fr... Read >
Author: realexpert20

Suffering From Degenerative Knee Cartilage Problems? - Don't Settle - Banish The Pain!

08th May 2009
Is your knee giving you problems?In the end, when it comes to our knees and how they perform, even a small issue can be of concern.Debilitating pain combined with a progressively limited range of motion is symptomatic of degenerative knee cartilage. Also ... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Rotator Cuff Injury Exercises Can Help You Heal Your Shoulder Without Surgery

20th November 2008
Are you tired of living with the pain in your shoulder? You had hopes that, with a little rest, it would heal. Finally, you decide to get checked out by your doctor. Prognosis: Torn rotator cuff. What's your next step? You may choose rotator cuff injury e... Read >
Author: Matt

How to Teach Children with Sensory Motor Integration Deficits

17th January 2008
Sensory motor integration deficits are fairly common in both children and adults. The following is a list of tips for teachers who have children with sensory processing disorders. General Strategies Have the child line up in the back of the line to ... Read >
Author: Anthony Kane, MD
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