01 May Subtleties of Pain and Posture with Dr. McGill (part 2)
Subtleties of Posture and Pain
Posture and back pain are very complex discussion that needs nuance. In this video, Dr. McGill discusses the nuance of back pain in neck and leg positions. It’s more than just sitting up with ‘good posture.’
The fact is that most people that come to McGill Providers have exhausted the typical quick fixes, and we have to take a different approach. But, again, to quote McGill, “I think we have a little bit of a bias; when someone can go to the chiro or whatever and get a quick fix, that’s fabulous, but we don’t see those people; we see the ones who fail with those.”
Some people can go to the PT or the Chiro and get a cookie-cutter treatment and get better… for a time, some seemingly indefinitely. But, I see people daily who this type of modailitiy used to work like a charm. But, things have changed; their injury has worsened or is now impacting other tissues because the adjustment, the stretch, the shot, or the treatment was passive, and they didn’t address the cause of their pain. Their injury wasn’t addressed, and the symptoms were treated. There is a substantial difference! Beyond this, I’m going to let the video do the talking.
If you have been stuck in this type of 15min practitioner purgatory and it’s no longer working for you, please READ THIS!
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