Secrets of Successful Oblique Strain Rehab

Secrets of Successful Oblique Strain Rehab

SNEEZING CAN SOON BE TOLERABLE AGAIN!

Nobody loves that act of sneezing, but it certainly shouldn’t bring you to your knees.

The first step is rebuilding the OTHER sections of the abdominal region that SUPPORT and ENCOURAGE the repair of the oblique muscle.

That’s right… the magic is working around the irritation in a STRATEGIC, NON-PAINFUL way.

Weeks of bedrest and avoidance of activity are ill advised in most cases of oblique strains. Allow me to walk you through the process I use with my patients, step-by-step in this video course.

Watch the trailer to learn about the first step… restoration of proper breathing.

What’s included in this online program?
- All of the information you’ll need for oblique strains in one manual
- Effective, easy to follow, corrective exercise videos
- Exercises targeting the “deep core” and hips
- Postural & lifestyle suggestions to reduce relapse potential
- Reference of research

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FEELING BETTER IS JUST A FEW WEEKS AWAY!

This course was created with myself in mind.

About 4 years ago, I sustained an oblique injury while playing in my adult baseball league. It was terrible!

I couldn’t believe the things that gave me excruciating pain over the first week:

- Putting on shoes
- Getting into my car
- Pressing the brake pedal in my car
- Sitting up
- Rolling over
- Leaning to one side
- Running
- Walking
- Laughing
- Going to the bathroom (mostly #2…I know, but it’s a daily thing!)
- And most of all….sneezing!

It was extremely frustrating not being able to find ANYONE who could help me through this horrible injury. Fortunately, my job is to provide others with the rehab/therapy for their condition; the sad thing was that I’ve NEVER treated anyone with an oblique strain. I was the first.

I was forced to experient on myself using available research on abdominal wall injuries. Long story short, I overcame the oblique strain to play baseball again and still play today. I can run as fast as I want, throw as hard as I want and most importantly, I can sneeze again!

To not forget how this condition felt, I wrote an article about my recovery on my website. Over the last 4 years, I’ve received countless email from people around the world who’ve experienced the same type of pain, who happened to stumble upon my article. The sad thing is these people were in the same boat that I was… there was nobody around them either!

To solve this problem, I’ve created this 8 week course exposing how I rehab obliques injuries in my clinic. Oblique rehab should no longer be a mystery and for the price I’m selling it at, it’s a steal!

In my clinic, the same information would cost you more than $1500, but you’d also be getting one-on-one care.

Why is this course such a good deal?

Because you won’t be under my medical care in this course. I don’t want to be misleading in any way, so let me be clear. I won’t be responding directly to any emails or calls.

Why?

The fact that I’m not responding is what keeps the price affordable. I couldn’t possibility work at my clinic with patients all day and answer every email. Having my direct attention via emails would jump the price of the course and that wouldn’t help anyone right?

This is a video course with an affiliated manual that outlines everything in a step-by-step manor and contains every piece of information I know about oblique strains… LITERALLY EVERYTHING. It’s a killer deal. You’ll love it, I know you will!

Unsure of what to expect and hesitant to buy?

Yes, I get it... most people don't know what to expect, mainly because they've never seen these methods before. Without going into a long-winded explanation, just buy a course. It's all in there. If you think it's terrible then just return it for a 100% money back guarantee.

Dr. Sebastian Gonzales DC, DACBSP®, CSCS
- Clinical Director, Performance Place Sports Care®
- Host, "Restoring Human Movement" Podcast
- Contributing Writer for Bodybuilding.com

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Secrets of Successful Oblique Strain Rehab

12 Videos

  • Intro to Rehab - Abdominal Injuries (Obliques and Sports Hernias)

  • Frog Breathing - Abdominal Injury

    Breathing assists in building yet another supportive system for the abdominal region. Breathing "low" into the hips helps with building pressure behind the abdominal wall, essentially unloading the abdominal wall (obliques, transverse, fascia, etc) allowing Mother Nature to do her job.

  • Alligator Breathing - Abdominal Injury

    Breathing assists in building yet another supportive system for the abdominal region. Breathing "low" into the hips helps with building pressure behind the abdominal wall, essentially unloading the abdominal wall (obliques, transverse, fascia, etc) allowing Mother Nature to do her job.

  • Sensitivity Resets

    Sensitivity Resets are ways to feel normal within just a few minutes. Finding this reset allows people to take more movement risks because they know they can feel better in just a few minutes if their experiment goes poorly. Find your rest.

  • Birddog Progressions - Abdominal Injury

  • Wall Wedges - Abdominal Injury

  • Happy Baby Progressions - Abdominal Injury

  • Lateral Squat - Abdominal Injury

    The rotational squat trains the hip ball and socket joint to move a rebuilt torso region to restore human movement. Rebuilding athleticism after an injury requires restoration of tri-planar motion in ball and socket joints, like the hip and shoulder.

  • Rotational Squat - Abdominal Injury

    The rotational squat trains the hip ball and socket joint to move a rebuilt torso region to restore human movement. Rebuilding athleticism after an injury requires restoration of tri-planar motion in ball and socket joints, like the hip and shoulder.

  • Crossover Wedge - Abdominal Injury

    The rotational squat trains the hip ball and socket joint to move a rebuilt torso region to restore human movement. Rebuilding athleticism after an injury requires restoration of tri-planar motion in ball and socket joints, like the hip and shoulder.

    This exercise begins this ball socket proce...

  • Serve the Dish - Abdominal Injury

    The rotational squat trains the hip ball and socket joint to move a rebuilt torso region to restore human movement. Rebuilding athleticism after an injury requires restoration of tri-planar motion in ball and socket joints, like the hip and shoulder.

    This exercise begins this ball socket proce...

  • Hip Hinging - Abdominal Injury

    The rotational squat trains the hip ball and socket joint to move a rebuilt torso region to restore human movement. Rebuilding athleticism after an injury requires restoration of tri-planar motion in ball and socket joints, like the hip and shoulder.

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