When Your Knee Pain Tolerance is “Too High”

April 15th, 2019
There are some people who will humbly admit to having a low pain tolerance while others are the “Go ahead, punch me in the stomach” type. While socially it’s perceived as more favorable to have a high pain tolerance, this can often get in the way of people seeking a solution to pain since they

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Diaphragmatic Breathing and Hip Pain

June 28th, 2017
Have hip pain or tightness? Your assessment with a Body Gears Physical Therapist might point to a breathing problem. It sounds crazy, but let us explain. There is a connection between the main breathing muscle, the diaphragm, to the hip flexor muscle, the psoas. Both of these essential muscles have a mutual attachment, the front of

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