Foam Rolling the TFL

In this video we are demonstrating how to foam roll the TFL. The TFL is often involved with hip and/or knee pain, especially in runners. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you want help discovering more you can do to keep yourself in peak condition.

I am a chiropractor in Portland, OR and I’ll use these videos as a quick reference for established patients. If you’re not an established patient, proceed at your own risk and with caution. Happy rolling.

Ribs Out? You Might Be Breathing Wrong

I see so many people with strained upper ribs, and the vast majority have dysfunctional breathing patterns. Excessive use of the accessory breathing muscles is likely staining the rib joints.

Also, it’s incredibly common for patients to mistake an elevated rib with a knot in their muscle. So if you think you have a knot that just won’t go away, no matter how much massage you get and stretching you do,, you may need to be adjusted.

As much as I like being busy in practice, the solution to this problem is not regular adjustments. Address the CAUSE of the problem!

Foam Rolling the Hip Adductors

In this video we are demonstrating how to foam roll the inner thigh. The muscles we are targeting are the hip adductors, and are very often involved with hip and/or knee pain.

I am a chiropractor in Portland, OR and I’ll use these videos as a quick reference for established patients. If you’re not an established patient, proceed at your own risk and with caution. Happy rolling.

Foam Rolling the Quads

In this video we are demonstrating how to foam roll the inner thigh. The muscles we are targeting are the hip adductors, and are very often involved with hip and/or knee pain.

I am a chiropractor in Portland, OR and I’ll use these videos as a quick reference for established patients. If you’re not an established patient, proceed at your own risk and with caution. Happy rolling.