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Designed to Move | Patellofemoral Tracking Syndrome

Designed to Move | Patellofemoral Tracking Syndrome

Patellofemoral tracking syndrome refers to the medical condition where the kneecap (patella) falls out of alignment. The kneecap is important because it acts as a protective and stabilizing cover for the knee joint, a major hinge joint that connects, a major hinge...
Designed to Move | Upper Crossed Syndrome

Designed to Move | Upper Crossed Syndrome

What is Upper Crossed Syndrome Upper crossed syndrome refers to a compensation pattern where the shoulder girdle becomes unstable in which the upper back and head have an exaggerated forward tilt (think of a hunchbacked posture with the head positioned forward). This...
Designed to Move | Rounded Shoulders

Designed to Move | Rounded Shoulders

What Are Rounded Shoulders? Rounded shoulders refer to a muscular strength imbalance between the shoulder and chest muscles. It is when there is a “rounding” of the shoulders due to an excessive internal rotation at the shoulder blade (scapula) and a restriction of...
Designed to Move | Forward Head Posture

Designed to Move | Forward Head Posture

Forward head posture refers to a compensation pattern where the head (suboccipital muscles) is tilted forward and downward putting strain on the neck (cervical spine). It is usually caused by sedentary lifestyles and frequently looking downwards at our mobile devices....
Designed to Move | Anterior Hip Tilt

Designed to Move | Anterior Hip Tilt

What Is Anterior Hip Tilt? Anterior hip tilt refers to a muscular strength imbalance in the lower half of the body where the hips are tilted forward and the lumbar spine is pulled into an exaggerated curvature. The muscles responsible for This can cause tightness and...
Designed to Move | Lower Cross Syndrome

Designed to Move | Lower Cross Syndrome

What is Lower Cross Syndrome? Lower cross syndrome refers to a compensation movement pattern in the lower half of the body. It is when the hip flexors and lower back are over activated while the hamstrings and the abdominals are under activated. This results in a...