Holistic Sam
Neuromuscular Therapist

Over the past 14 years, Sam has been a practicing specialist in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, a neuromuscular therapist (NMT), a personal trainer, and a nationally certified massage therapist. Sam has also had extensive training in nutrition with a specific focus on individualized nutrition, which allows him to determine which nutrients are the best for each of us to maintain optimum health.

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  • 9 min
    Physical Therapy lesson
    Back Pain Relief: Anterior Pelvic Tilt
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    What is excessive anterior pelvic tilt, and why can it result in back pain? Learn all about the muscles that cause it, and how to help relieve discomfort.

  • 3 min
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    How to Correctly Stretch Hip Flexors
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    Correct excessive anterior pelvic tilt, improve your upper body posture, and stretch your legs, all with one move! Check out the kneeling hip flexor stretch.

  • 2 min
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    How to Correct a Rounded Upper Back
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    Is poor posture the result of laziness, respiratory issues, or an inflexible spine? Learn about the causes of and treatments for excessive thoracic kyphosis.

  • 5 min
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    How to Correct Your Sitting Posture
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    Stuck at a desk all day? Sit up straight with these tips on improving sitting posture! Learn how to improve your posture and back strength over time.

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