Andrew Billingham

Andrew Billingham

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Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for 30-60 seconds…

Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for seconds…

Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for 30-60 seconds…

Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for seconds…

Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for 30-60 seconds…

Self Myofascial Release = Piriformis Muscle Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for seconds…

Scar tissue that forms inside and around the joint cavity contracts the ligaments and tissue lining the cavity, 'freezing' the humerus to the vaity and limiting shoulder movement.

Great article on Frozen Shoulder Syndrome. So happy that mine is well. But it took a LOT of painful physical therapy.

Once you see these 24 everyday coincidences, they cannot be unseen.

Once you see these 24 everyday coincidences, they cannot be unseen<=====The Les Misérables one😂😂😂

Feeling a bit jaded - and choosing to be optimistic through it all...

Dalai Lama Quote: Choose to be optimistic. Printable Inspirational poster by InstantQuotes daily beauty routine

Iliotibial band syndrome stretches - Dr. Axe http://www.draxe.com #health #holistic #natural

A tight ITBand places stress on the knee - which is why it is important to keep the band loose and limber when attempting to overcome knee pain.