Avord Chiropractic


For runners goto http://www.therunningclinic.ca for more information on running injuries and exercises. They have a great book you can order which has most of the info we've given you in the office in one book. They have a lot of great info from shoe recommendations to training plans.

A great site is www.somaticsenses.com Click on the prehab tab and search by body part. Far more extensive library than I could ever put together. Michael Maxwell put these together. He is a collegue of mine.

I also love Dr Greg Lehman's website www.thebodymechanic.ca He was a classmate of mine at CMCC and both a chiropractor and physiotherapist. He is a running and biomechanical genius. Read his rehab stuff if you want some running rehab exercise. His bit on foam rolling is interesting as well.

For golf--on youtube Golf Fitness 20 min home workout. It is from the Titleist Performance Institute and is a daily 20 minute routine that will help your swing.

A Modern Approach to Abdominal Training

Abdominal Exercises Made Simple

Daily Golf Routine

Daily Posture Routine

Functional training of glutes 

Functional training for Performance enhancement

Functional Training with Kettlebell

Golf Warmup

Hip Mobility Training

Hip Muscle Training

Hip Hinge

How to squat

Improving trunk rotation

Knee Pain

Low Back Strengthening and Stretching

McKenzie self treatments for sciatica

Posture Foam Roller

Running Prehab and Glute Strengthening

Sask Health Exercises




Serratus punch

Self management of shoulder disorders

Y exercise pattern for shoulder neck


IMPORTANT NOTE: Exercise - like any therapy - is not without its risks. These, or any other exercise programs, may result in pain or injury. To reduce your risk of injury, consult your doctor, chiropractor, or physical therapist before beginning this exercise program. The advice shown is not intended as a substitute for a medical consultation. Avord Chiropractic disclaims any liability from and in connection with these exercises. As with any exercise program, if at any point during your routine you begin to feel faint, dizzy, or have physical discomfort, you should stop immediately and consult a physician.