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Address: 12700 Hillcrest Rd, Ste 125 #143, Dallas, TX 75230
Before leaving this contact page, you might want to read a post where I question the therapeutic value of supporting your arches with custom orthotics.
Another popular post focuses on why releasing the piriformis muscle adds insult to injury. In that post, I question why experts continue to release a piriformis muscle that’s rarely tight.
Much like the rotator cuff muscles surrounding your shoulder, the primary role of your piriformis and all its friends is to provide stability.
The rub: muscles that are released or stretched aren’t capable of playing their role to the best of their ability.
My most recent post answers this question: What are the best types of massage for lower back pain?
If you read it, you will gain insight on why hundreds of billions of dollars are thrown at neck and lower back pain every year.