PAIN


Top tip: what can you do differently?

This is a difficult subject to get into and I'm no therapist. Yet, when there's an obvious postural element contributing to a person's pain, chances are I can point it out.

Recently, I was observing a horse-riding friend wince in pain every time she bent her knees to sit down. To me it was clear that she needed to just let her knees fall apart a little for the pain to stop.

Very often we're in too much of a hurry - we carry on regardless instead of taking a few moments to figure things out.

My advice: break a given task down into small components and spend 25% longer performing it. This may only equate to 5 seconds of your time but you may realise something obvious that you can do differently.


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