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Introducing our new online program!

Balanced Movement for Endurance Sports: Weekly Workouts for Strength, Mobility, and Coordination
— designed to help you transform the pesky overuse / injury cycle for good. We’re so excited to launch this new online resource. Come join us!

Pedaling Efficiency Analysis

Balanced Movement Studio’s Pedaling & Biomechanical Analysis is designed to optimize your body to your bike. Once your bicycle is adjusted to fit your body, we refine your body’s strength and mobility for optimal power to the pedals. The end result? You go FASTER! And you avoid pesky injuries in the process.

Happy 2016!

Happy New Year from Balanced Movement Studio! Check out our latest newsletter to read about some exciting changes we have in store for 2016, including our newest addition to the BMS family: the one and only Brian Beatty!

Managing a Long Road Trip with Back Pain

A common question we’re asked at the clinic is: “I’m looking for a little advice about how to manage a driving trip this weekend. I’ll be in the car (driving) for 4-5 hours, depending on traffic. Any suggestions?” This question was from a person recovering from lumbar disc surgery, but the answer is applicable to […]

Computer Work Break Timer

It is far too easy to get sucked into long periods of seated computer work. Sustained seated compressive load is unhealthy for the spine and joints. Here’s an app that can be used as a reminder.

Features for an Ergonomic Seated Office Task Chair

Features for an Ergonomic Seated Office Task chair: Adjustable seat height Adjustable seat pan depth, seat pan with a waterfall front edge Adjustable back support, either adjustable via the entire seat back or adjustable lumbar support within the existing seat back Arm rests adjustable in height and width. Seat pan should have forward and backward […]

Physical Therapy is preventative health care!

Most people think physical therapy is only relevant when you’re healing from pain or injury. Check out this article on the value of using physical therapy as preventative health care! “A proactive visit to a physical therapist can reveal the muscle imbalances and inefficient movement patterns that cause injury. The therapist can provide a regime that corrects […]

If the Feet Aren’t Happy, Nobody’s Happy

Anyone who has experienced plantar fascitis or Achilles tendonitis can attest that the above title is true. In more severe cases, either of these problems or any other tendonitis problem can bring your activity participation to a full halt. In the more common cases, one can continue to be active, but have your performance limited […]

Strong Spine, Young Spine

An old yoga adage states: “You are only as young as your spine is flexible”. There is a good amount of wisdom in this statement, but to have a healthy spine through your life, there is more to the equation than just flexibility. For injury prevention, recent research has shown that balance of muscular endurance […]