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Post C-Section Recovery: What You May Not Know

Posted by on Nov 27, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

As an experienced physical therapist, I have become more and more convinced about the importance of treating abdominal surgeries with physical therapy, similar to offering physical therapy after a knee, or shoulder surgery. During the first few years of my practice, I would occasionally see a client who had a sudden onset of low back pain after an abdominal surgery. These individuals did not often make the link between their back pain and abdominal surgery. However, the abdomen is the front of the back, and there are numerous direct and indirect links between our abdominal cavity, pelvis, lumbar, and thoracic spines. Many of these links are through ligamentous and...

A Week of PT Service in Port-de-Paix, Haiti

Posted by on Nov 21, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Saturday, October 14th was the official PT Day of Service. While many PT’s around the country provided falls risk assessments and other valuable services, I took a day to reflect on my week of PT service in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. To better understand Haiti, there are a few things to consider. Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. The square mileage of Haiti (10,714) is just slightly more than Vermont (9,623) yet the population of Haiti is 10.5 million (compare to VT, 624,595). The average Haitian makes about $750 per year, and the median age is 22.6. The infrastructure in Haiti was not ideal prior to 2010, but...

Release Your Psoas and Iliacus with 4 Simple Yoga Poses

Posted by on Nov 19, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Your iliacus and psoas muscles, are part of a group of muscles called your hip flexors.  These muscles can become short from just the sheer number of hours that we sit in a day, and overused when we try to sit up without our spine supported.  Short and tight hip flexors are a common cause of back ache, and hip dysfunction.  If you have ever had your psoas or iliacus released through your abdomen, you can testify to the discomfort of this technique, even if it has been effective for you in the past.  Fear not, there are simpler ways to tame these muscles.  Try out this sequence at...

Join Our Thanksgiving Campaign to Benefit Hunger Free Vermont

Posted by on Nov 2, 2017 in Evolution Blog |

While many of us think of Thanksgiving as a time to celebrate and come together over tables heaping with food, there are many individuals and families in Vermont who struggle every day with hunger and malnutrition.  Evolution Yoga is proud to continue our annual tradition of helping our vulnerable neighbors during this season, and hope you will join us! Help us support the work of Hunger Free Vermont by contributing to our annual Thanksgiving fundraiser – this year we are setting our goal at $1500! Your participation will help this incredible nonprofit organization with the important work of providing nutrition education and expanding access to nutrition programs that nourish...