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How to do Lats Stretch - Stick Exercises: Presented by Pleasantview Physio

How to do Lats Stretch - Stick Exercises: Presented by Pleasantview Physio18 Jul. 2017
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Learn the right methods on

Learn the right methods on how to do lats stretch - stick exercises with certified Physiotherapist, Anne Edwards, from Pleasantview Physiotherapy Clinic in Edmonton, Alberta.

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Lat Stretch Exercise Demo

Lat Stretch Exercise Demo18 Dec. 2013
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This simple latissimus

This simple latissimus dorsi stretch is a great way to start improving shoulder and even thoracic spine mobility.

Make sure to keep your spine and head in good positions and this is a very safe exercise for almost anyone.

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Shoulder Stretch Band Assisted Lat Stretch- San Diego Chiropractor Sports Injury

Shoulder Stretch Band Assisted Lat Stretch- San Diego Chiropractor Sports Injury25 Jul. 2018
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Shoulder stretches can

Shoulder stretches can help improve range of motion and posture through the shoulder girdle. Tight lats play a roll in shoulder pain, neck pain, mid back pain, and poor upper body posture. This stretch can be held for long periods of time to lengthen the lats. It should not be performed with shoulder pain. We encourage a full evaluation and treatment, including specific exercises for you at our office in Mission Valley, San Diego. Schedule online at www.peakformhealthcenter.com!

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