"Back to Balance©"

...a simple and effective stretching and movement guide.

 Do you spend more time and money on your car than on your own body?

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Chances are if you were curious enough to start reading this, you're considering that maybe paying more attention to your own body might be a good investment. That those aches and pains you've been constantly putting up with might be something you should (and can) do something about.

"I wholeheartedly recommend that people use this booklet to help them in their daily stretching programs and emphasize this can be very helpful in sports performance."
David M. Dines, MD, FACS.

Chief of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery, North Shore University Hospital, Cornell University Medical Center and The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.

Associate Team Physician for the New York Mets Baseball Team.

(This endorsement was given in 1994...)


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Thoughts on this system of stretching

    The human body can be perceived as functioning every living moment as a mechanical unit. This "unit" is functioning synergistically through a central tower (skeleton) with guy wires (muscles), levers and fulcrums (bones and joints), and a hydraulic system (blood, interstitial fluid, and lymph) that includes pumps and valves. Ideally, the weight of the body is supported by the skeletal system and the muscles are responsible for movement and stabilization. Imagine this intricately balanced mechanism following trauma, such as a hard fall while skiing or roller-skating. The body will often react with a shortening of the fascia and compensation in the foundational region of the lower back, an unseen "dent-in-the-frame". To the untrained eye, there may no indication of any potential lasting problem, as the fabric of the skin would quickly heal over any unseen soft tissue distortion. However, the trained therapist might observe that the underlying distortions. Any stress within this heavy tissue will produce compensations in the lighter muscles above and below in order to maintain a continuous and balanced relationship with gravity.

   There are as many styles of stretching as there are cultures and the variations on each style are infinite. As stretching is an evolving personal art as much as a science, each personality will contribute unique features. This method is termed "corrective", as the intention is to address tensions in muscles, tendons and ligaments, thus returning the "structure" to a healthier state of balance and ease. This is done via stretching the tissue and moving the body through its natural range of motion that is often diminished due to adaptive compensation. It is assumed that function and structure are directly related and any improvement in balancing the structure will improve the body's overall functioning. The primary goal is not to "heal" the body, but to reduce interference, thus allowing the body to use its incredible innate abilities to heal and maintain itself.



You might ask yourself: What should I do? When, how often, and how do I know if I'm doing it right and not making things worse? What if my pain doesn't immediately go away? What can I do? What if ...

What I've got to say you may not want to read, and that is you probably have a bit of work to do. If you're afraid of a little work and spending time on yourself, this may not be the information for you, then you should probably just pass and move on.

But if you are willing to invest a few (and I do mean a few) minutes a day as part of your proactive approach to health, then read on.

Consider sharing my goal of making it to 100 years old and being sooo healthy, bright eyed & bushy tailed that friends and family are constantly concerned about what mischief well get into next!!!

Experience has shown that BACK PAIN is often the end product of muscular imbalances, tensions, compensations and adaptations throughout the body. As an example of these soft tissue imbalances and adaptations, suppose your shoulder hurts when you lift your arm above a certain height, so you don't, and unconsciously your body adapts. Or it might hurt in your hip when you take a full step, so you limp. You are still uncomfortable, and you've lost some of your flexibility, but its less painful, limiting movement in your painful hip helps you to manage your pain. You've adapted.

Please understand that limiting movement limits circulation. As simple as that sounds, consider that your bodies autonomic ability to repair and maintain itself requires circulation (nerve, blood, lymph, etc.). That is pretty darned important!

Limiting circulation limits the body's repair and maintenance process. This simple booklet presents intentional stretches and movements to address those unconscious physical adaptations made on a daily basis.

Consider, when most of life's little problems are respected and responded to quickly, they disappear sooner. While ignoring them most often just delays having to deal with them at a later time. When they've usually grown bigger.

Life can be similar to your body. It is almost as if at birth we humans are given a variable amount of compensation coupons that are unconsciously and randomly redeemed as a form of compensation for the various insults and traumas we experience.

This can enable us to pay too little respect to those insults until we have used up our coupons and are required to pay attention to the bill.

The past due notice usually presents itself in the form of tension and pain.

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