Head & Neck
The content below is not meant to replace assessments and diagnoses from trained medical professionals. The content being shared is a visual resource that compliments custom home programs created by certified athletic therapist, Melissa Deonaraine CAT(C), for patients whom she has physically assessed and treated in clinic. Always check with your medical provider before trying content found on the internet is safe for you to try.
Check with your medical provider that this exercise is safe to perform if you have neck injuries since this exercise may irritate structures in your neck resulting in worsening neck pain. This exercise isn't advisable for anyone with shoulder issues.
You may find that there are exercises that you want to ease yourself into, this is one of them.
Before trying this exercise, please check with your medical provider that this is safe to do depending on your health history and current health status.
This exercise can help with convergence insufficiency (fancy words to say that each eye sees an object at different distances).
There's a lot of suggestions on the internet about brain training. Here are some simple things you can incorporate into your day to keep challenging your brain. At the end of the day, you're wanting to stay active to prevent your mind and body from breaking down.