Category: Exercises

Moving Better Health

Joe Tatta: Cervical Herniated Disc & Stretching

Joe Tatta: Cervical Herniated Disc & Stretching

This is Joe Tatta, Physical Therapist, helping you to move towards better health. Today, I’m talking to you about the Cervical Spine. Here’s a mistake people make when it comes to treating their own cervical pain. A lot of people get tightness or the sensation of tightness on one side of their neck. If it’s just muscle…
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Sit Less and Heal Your Back

Sit Less and Heal Your Back

Hi. This is Joe Tatta, Physical Therapist., helping you to move towards better health. In today’s video, I’ll be talking about three (3) exercises you can do to Sit Less and Heal Your Back. Don’t be surprised. The average American sits anywhere between twelve (12) and eighteen (18) hours a day; once you take everyday things…
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Transitioning to Running Shoes

Transitioning to Running Shoes

Hi. This is Joe Tatta, Physical Therapist, helping you to move towards better health. Today we are talking about transitioning to a minimalist running sneaker. When you running a shoe like this, you are supposed to have a different gate pattern or a different running pattern. Your traditional sneaker has a “rise”. The “rise” is…
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Exercises to Heal Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow

Exercises to Heal Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow

Hi This is Joe Tatta, Physical Therapist, helping you to move towards better health. Today we are talking about lateral – medial epicondylitis. The challenge with medial – lateral epicondylitis is that the tendon heals either very poorly or heals very slowly. So the thing you want to do to strengthen that tendon is called Eccentric…
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Three Exercises to Heal Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Three Exercises to Heal Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Hi. This is Joe Tatta, Physical Therapist., helping you move towards better health. In today’s video, I’ll be talking about three (3) exercises you can do to Heal Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The Carpal Tunnel is a small tunnel that runs trough the wrist of your hand. There are nine (9) tendons there as well as one…
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