The Spectrum of Spinal Positions


Austin Einhorn   I concluded this post’s predecessor by telling you to have a “good” spine position, but it’s only because that gets you to imagine a neutral position, hopefully. Neutral serves as a baseline. There are no bad or wrong positions. If there were, which degree would be the difference between bad and good? […]

The Spectrum of Hypermobility


Cat Cowey   HISTORY and BASICS Extreme ranges of motion in peoples’ joints have been recognized since Hippocrates, or more likely the Stone Ages when a girl seemed to find it easy to pick fruit while straddling two trees. In more recent history in 1949 the medical community finally coined the more extreme cases of […]