Category: Tom Q&A

Q & A with Tom: Gait Cycle and Lumbar Involvement

This question came in via email from one of our followers:  During the gait cycle (walking) should there be any side to side movement in the lumbar spine area or should the lumbar spine remain more stable? Or should the movement be more occurring at the sacroiliac joint?  Reason I asked is it’s not something… Read more

Q & A with Tom: Inguinal Hernia and Fascia

A follower writes in with a very common question for Tom: Is there a connection between the fascia and inguinal hernia? (I have had a hernia inguinalis since 2014). If so, what chances of recovery / treatment options exist without surgery? And where? Tom replies: Yes – an inguinal hernia is a pathological overstretching of the… Read more

Q & A with Tom: Trampolines and Fascia

A follower on FB writes in with a question about the effect of trampolines on fascia: Hi! I’ve been a fan of AT for years and have been wondering about the effect of trampoline exercise on the fascial system. I learned that being in an antigravity environment can change fluid distribution in the body. Since… Read more

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