Success Through Alignment Restoration®
Practitioner: Patrick Mummy
Patient: Good Day Sacramento
Routine: 2012-06-25 06:05:47
|Sequence||Exercise||Repetition||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5||Day 6||Day 7||Day 8||Day 9||Day 10||Day 11||Day 12||Day 13||Day 14|
|1||Static Floor||5 minutes|
|2||Piriformis Stretch (Crossover)||1 minute per side|
Each square represents a scale of 1 through 10, 1 being very easy and 10 being extremely difficult, and is to be entered each day after each exercise.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT FOR SOME CLIENTS THE PROCESS OF RESTORING STRENGTH AND BALANCE TO THE BODY REQUIRES ADJUSTMENTS AND REVERSAL OF YEARS OF COMPENSATIONS THAT MIGHT, IN THE SHORT TERM, CAUSE AN EXACERBATION OR CHANGE OF YOUR SYMPTOMS. WHILE WE ARE AWARE OF THIS POTENTIAL, PLEASE KEEP US INFORMED OF YOUR PROGRESS SO WE CAN MAKE YOUR JOURNEY WITH US AS REWARDING AS POSSIBLE.
Exercise #1: Static Floor (5 minutes)
Lie on your back with both legs on an 18″-20″ block, knees bent to 90 degrees. Keep your arms out to your side with your palms up. Relax your back into the floor and breathe through your diaphragm. Stay in this position for the allotted amount of time. The recommended resting time is 5 minutes, but first consult with your healthcare advisor.
Exercise #2: Piriformis Stretch (Crossover) (1 minute per side)
Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet on the floor, and hip-width. Cross your right ankle to left knee and pivot off the outside of your left foot and rotate your right foot and left knee to the floor as one unit. Make sure to not let your left foot slide in as your rotate on its side. Keeping your right foot flat on floor, press your right knee slightly away feeling a stretch on the outside of the right hip. place arms out to side, relax your shoulders and stomach and look the opposite direction. The recommended holding time is 1 minute/side, but first consult with your healthcare advisor.