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6 Stretches To Relieve Muscle Stiffness You Can Do At Your Desk At Work - GymGuider.com

Don’t let sitting at work make your body stiff and sore! Use these quick and easy stretches to increase your range of motion, prevent injury, and help you feel more energized and focused. If you sit all day long in an office, you could be sacrificing your effectiveness in the gym, or even putting yourself at risk for injury. Continuous […]

15 Stretches to Relieve a Stiff Neck, Tight Shoulders, and Upper Back Pain

With the right stretches, care, and strengthening exercises, your neck, shoulders, and upper back pain will eventually subside.

Why Your Neck Tension Won't Go Away - Mix Fitness

There's a reason why your neck tension won't go away. You have overactive muscles and underactive muscles. Use these corrective exercises to create balance.

Pain at the Base of the Head and Under Shoulder Blade - Integrative Works

Pain at base of head. Often with stiff neck and pain under shoulder. Activities that aggravate it. Links to self-care, therapist notes, and anatomy.

Neck Pain Treatment: This Unusual Stretch Relieves Stiff Neck in 90 Seconds!

Do you suffer from tension headaches or stiff muscles like I do? I have some alignment problems in my neck and jaw, and those can easily translate to pain if I do something wrong. And

Myofascial Release: Tight neck and shoulder self-treatment! | PhysioPrescription

This easy myofascial release exercise will give you relief! Now anyone can treat their own tight shoulders and necks anywhere and anytime.

Pain at the Base of the Head and Under Shoulder Blade - Integrative Works

Pain at base of head. Often with stiff neck and pain under shoulder. Activities that aggravate it. Links to self-care, therapist notes, and anatomy.

Cervical Muscles - Pain Neck

Cervical Spinal Muscles There are three type of muscles in the back that are involved in the function of the spine; These are the extensors, the flexors, and the oblique back muscles. Extensor muscles are connected to the back of the spine and allow a person to stand and to lift objects. The flexor muscles …