Stretches

If you ever experience any sharp, persistent pains while stretching you should stop immediately. Consult your physician if pain persists. These stretches were not intended to be used as isolated treatment; they are to be used in conjunction with care that is recommended by your physician or Chiropractor.

Rehab Exercises should be performed 2 times daily. Only perform home exercises as prescribed by your Chiropractor or Physical Therapist. All other exercises/stretches should be performed in a clinical setting, under the supervision of your Chiropractor and/or the Chiropractic Assistant.

Rehabilitation Stretches – Shoulder
(Includes: Supraspinatus Stretch, Angled Pectoralis Stretch, Codman’s Pendulum, Horizontal Adduction/ Inferior Capsule stretch)
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Rehabilitation Stretches – Upper Body
(Includes: Seated Trap Stretch, Scalene Stretch, Levator Scapula Stretch, Angled Pectoralis Stretch)
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Rehabilitation Stretches – Upper Body Part 2
(Includes: Horizontal Adduction/ Inferior Capsule stretch, Bicep/ Pec Stretch, Wrist Stretch)
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Rehabilitation Stretches – Lower Body
(Includes: Williams Stretches: Low Back Stretches, Gluteal Stretches: Piriformis Stretch, Gluteus Medius Stretch, Hamstring Stretch)
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Rehabilitation Stretches – Lower Body Part 2
(Includes: Illiotibial Band Stretch, Adductors Stretch, Anterior Tibialis Stretch, Quadriceps Stretch, Calf & Achilles Stretches, Hip Flexor/ Iliopsoas Stretch, Plantar Fascia Stretch)
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If you have any questions regarding these stretching exercises, please do not hesitate to call us at 410-256-8511 or email info@wmhealthwellness.com

 

   

It’s important to realize that you can use simple, stretching techniques at your home or office to alleviate chronic muscle pain and strengthen the areas of your body exposed to consistent ‘wear and tear’ at the workplace or from repetitive sports activities.

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