Perry Nickelston Mobility – Mobility Restrictions – Joint Centration
Top Six Mobility Restrictions & Why They Keep Locking Down
Do you have a something that keeps locking down no matter how much you foam roll it? Why is that happening? Is there a way to permanently fix it? Perry Nickelston addresses this problem of the six most common mobility restrictions … and what to do about them.
“The control of that movement, especially under changes of position and changes of environment—emotional and physical—is called stability. You can have all of the mobility you want, but if you don’t lock that in with stabilization to control it, it doesn’t matter how much mobility you have.
“Think about this like a slingshot. The elasticity of the band represents mobility. That’s like the elastic recoil of the muscles and fascia of the body, but you’re not going to be able to release that energy. It’s really potential energy.” ~Perry Nickelston
• Mobility & Stability (1:15)
• Movement & Compensation (3:50)
• RAIL System (14:45)
• Joint Centration (18:40)
• 1. Big Toe (21:20)
• 2. Ankle Joint (23:15)
• 3. Hip Joint (26:25)
• 4. Thoracic Spine (30:35)
• 5. Shoulder Joint (33:25)
• 6. Upper Cervical Spine (36:05)
• Review (39:55)
Perry Nickelston is a chiropractic physician who specializes in movement assessment and soft tissue pain therapy. He’s a lecturer and author who writes a popular blog at stopchasingpain.com.