Amy Selinger describes how growing up in our modern society, sitting and cumulative trauma may lead us to develop muscle imbalances that lead to musculoskeletal pain; particularly back pain.
With 30 years of experience specializing in back, hip and pelvic pain, Amy Selinger appreciates that many treatment techniques thought to be standard approaches to back pain don’t always work. Using the Movement System Balance approach she evaluates individuals with musculoskeletal pain syndromes to determine how they move their bodies in ways that contribute to their imbalance.
We use many muscles to help us breathe, including our respiratory diaphragm, intercostal muscles between our ribs, and some other muscles around the area of our neck and shoulders.
The position you assume in your car makes a significant difference as to how you perceive the stress of driving, both emotionally and physically!
Check out the following gentle neck movement exercises and isometric (no movement) strengthening exercises.