Posts Tagged "gluteus medius"

A Farewell to Michael Talbot

Posted by on May 5, 2021 in Health and Wellness, Muscle Release, News, Stretches

A Farewell to Michael Talbot

We’re pulling this week’s Quick Tip from the archives: Michael Talbot’s gluteus medius stretch. He offers a different approach to stretching the side of the hip without rotation which can be more effective, and easier to do if rotation in your hip is limited. We’d like to give big love and a proper Psoas goodbye to Michael who has been an integral part of our therapist team and family since 2010, eventually developing his own technique called Motor Control Therapy. Michael will be staying closer to home in the North Bay and focusing on teaching MCT, hopefully...

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Quick Tip: Releasing the Gluteus Medius for a Tight Lower Back

Posted by on Sep 10, 2014 in Exercises

Quick Tip: Releasing the Gluteus Medius for a Tight Lower Back

The Posture Ball might be small, but this foam ball helps release muscle tension in hard-to-reach places; providing big results. This versatile little ball is a great tool for at-home maintenance, and with winter sports right around the corner, it’s time to start giving your body some extra attention. Join co-owner, Jenny Lightstone, in this week’s Quick Tip as she guides you through a technique to release the Gluteus Medius. Enjoy! This exercise is fantastic not only for the gluteus medius, but this muscle can also refer pain to the lower back, to the hip and top of the thigh....

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