Pup Ciprian

Pup Ciprian

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Bladder Shu PANGGUANGSHU - Acupuncture Points] cun lateral to the posterior midline, on the level of the second sacral foramen.

The shoulder joint is reliant on soft tissues working well together.

Designer Cameron Drake created these fascinating animated X-ray GIFs of the human body in action for a recent web project. GIFs by Cameron Drake via Boing

Here's the knee joint (side view) bending and straightening. (X-Ray GIFs)

San Francisco-based designer Cameron Drake recently created a series of fascinating x-ray GIFs of the human anatomy in motion.

Forward Head and Neck  Forward head posture and shoulders rounded forward are common signs of this set of muscle imbalances.  For every inch your head moves forward out of alignment from your shoulders, your neck effectively carries an additional ten pounds of weight. Forward head and neck postural dysfunction is a frequent cause of neck and upper back pain, not to mention headaches, shoulder pain and more.  - See more at…

Forward Head and Neck Forward head posture and shoulders rounded forward are common signs of this set of muscle imbalances. For every inch your head moves forward out of alignment from your shoulders, your neck effectively carries an additional ten pounds

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Text Neck Syndrome, Not Just a Neck Problem. Chiropractic, Massage, Physical Therapy.

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For every inch that the head moves forward in posture, it increases the weight of the head on the neck by 10 pounds, which greatly increases the likelihood of head and shoulder tension, pain, and injury. Try to stand and sit up straight. :)

For every inch that the head moves forward in posture, it increases the weight of the head on the neck by 10 pounds, which greatly increases the likelihood of head and shoulder tension, pain, and injury. Try to stand and sit up straight.