Find Your Muscle Imbalances
So you can fix them without surgery, toxic drugs,
or expensive medical treatments
The real reason you have back pain is because your body and spine have been pulled out of their normal positions and into what are called physical dysfunctions.
Physical dysfunctions are abnormalities in how your body operates. And they’re caused by imbalances between various muscle groups — called “muscle imbalances”.
Simply put, a muscle imbalance occurs when one muscle (or group of muscles) works harder than they should… while other muscles… don’t work hard enough!
As a result, you can experience host of problems including lower back pain… sore, achy joints… poor posture… chronic fatigue… low energy levels and MUCH more!
You see, the muscles in your body work in balanced symmetry — much like the wheels of a car.
When the wheels are out of balance, you’ll begin to notice uneven wear on the tires.
The car will start to pull to one side… you’ll get poor gas mileage… and you run the risk of doing permanent, of a complete tire blowout!
The same is true with the muscles in your body. When some muscles don’t function as they should, the others have to pick up the slack. And that throws them completely out of whack.
And when your muscles are out of balance, they pull your bones and joints out of their normal position — and this places them under constant and uneven stress and strain.
And these muscle imbalances are the hidden cause of nearly every case of back pain you’re experiencing.
Let’s run through a few signs of physical dysfunctions you might have that may be the cause of your pain!
Keep in mind, this is a compressed version of a larger assessment and we don’t have the space to give you a complete diagnosis.
But we can definitely get you moving in the right direction. So for now, let’s run through a few signs you can use to tell which of these dysfunctions you might have.
If you answer “Yes” to the questions under each dysfunction, then that may be the culprit underlying your pain.
- Does your waistline slope forward?
- Do you have an excessive curvature in your lower back?
- Do you lean forward from your ankles?
If you answered “yes” to these questions there is a good chance you have a forward tipped pelvis.
- Do you have a slightly large skin (or fat) crease in the lower back of one side?
- If so that side is likely the high-side.
- Does the arm on one side of your body hang closer to your body than the other?
- Is one of your shoulders lower than the other?
If you answered “yes” to these there’s a good chance you have a high-right or left pelvis.
- Does your waistline slope backwards?
- Do see almost no curvature in your lower back?
- Do you lean back from your knees to your mid-back?
If you answered “yes” to these there is a good chance you have a backward- tipped pelvis.
- Are your ears forward of your shoulders?
- Is your head pushed forward?
- Are your shoulders rotated forward?
If you answered “yes” to these, there’s a good chance you have a forward head and neck.
Again, remember that this is a compressed assessment, and NOT A COMPLETE ASSESSMENT…
But you have probably already identified which potential dysfunctions you have.
And in case you’re wondering:
Yes, you may have more than one dysfunction at a time.
That’s very common.
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