Do you feel stiff after sitting still at a computer for a while? Or do you need a good warm-up before a regular workout routine? Point Performance’s Dr. Louise Kelley, DPT, demonstrates a standing supported left posterior outlet inhibition. This exercise is a great way to help individuals “find and feel” their left inner thigh and abdominals, expand their posterior rib cage for improved breathing, and shift their weight onto the left side for improved upright function. This exercise may be a key to progressing a treatment program.
(note: a physical therapist should provide guidance of the activity to ensure proper performance and prevent against functional failure)