Sway Back and Pelvic Misalignment

by Lenny Parracino |   Date Released : 31 Jan 2006
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Lenny Parracino

About the author: Lenny Parracino

Lenny Parracino is a former author, hands on instructor and clinician for The National Academy of Sports Medicine. Currently, he serves as a faculty member of the Gray Institute of Applied Functional Science. He has spent over 20 years serving the health industry as an international lecturer, soft tissue therapist and movement therapist. Lenny has performed over 300 lectures/workshops, has written educational materials and consulted/lectured in the fitness, manual therapy and educational industry and for various medical organizations around the world. Lenny has earned his degree in Health Science, is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science, holds a California certification/license to practice soft tissue therapy. As a full time clinician, he integrates an eclectic approach of movement conditioning with Dr. Vince Guagliano and Dr. Carina Escudero at AIM Sports Medicine in Hermosa Beach, California.

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strawn, dwayne | 21 May 2012, 04:39 AM

You should have them ground with both feet lifted over (hands out, palms up) a chair until back is completely flat to the floor with no arch. This will need to be done until the arch is no longer there, most take 5 minutes to a 1 hour....

Do this a few times a week, perhaps forever. Sometimes it will be take a month or so before seeing consistent pain relief with his back.

The cold weather problems are most likely attributed the barometric pressure in terms of any additional pain, this is why many seniors move to warm climates.

Let me know if the above helps, I'm sure it will.


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