C4, C5, C6, C7. Neck & shoulder pain treatment. Active Isolated Stretching.


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Cure cervical disc disease. Solve neck & shoulder pain with Active Isolated Stretching (AIS). An alternative to chiropractic, physical therapy, and surgery. AIS is an effective solution to chronic neck, shoulder, head, and jaw pain. Upper body demonstration. AIS therapy views tightness in muscles as being the cause to physical pain. Please visit www.resolveyourpain.com Active Isolated Stretching approaches neck and shoulder pain by lengthening all the muscles that affect the problem area. Demonstrations in this video are also beneficial for Parkinson’s disease and complications from stroke. Headache sufferers will benefit from this treatment because muscular tension in the neck, upper back, chest, and arms creates tension in the head. Lengthening muscles is the aim of yoga, pnf stretching, massage, thai massage, static stretching, rolfing, and myofascial release. But Active Isolated Stretching is the most effective system of lengthening muscles. Cervical pain can be caused by different reasons. Sometimes it is not the neck muscles that are tight, but the shoulders that need to be lengthened. Golfers will gain greater rotation in the shoulders – which is important for proper set up and follow through on the swing. Upper body work will help golfers keep their head still while the arms are winding up for the swing. Tricep and deltoid lengthening will allow golfers greater range of motion in the swing, which will lead to more power.

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