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Take Control of Your Life

Here is a before and after picture from one of my recent sessions with a patient. He came to me with some shoulder issues that he was experiencing during his bench press, and upon examination it was determined that the issue he has been dealing with was due to multiple restrictions in his back and shoulder girdle. After some active muscle release, IASTM (commonly referred to as scraping or graston), and some corrective exercises we were able to improve his shoulder mobility. The reason I’m sharing this is because you shouldn’t let pain stop you from doing what you love. If you are experiencing an issue that has been holding you back, and the only advice you have gotten is to rest and to take a pill then it’s time to change things up and take control of your life again.

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