Mobility & Flexibility

Dr. Jimenez Chiropractor and Physical Therapy Team. The mobility & flexibility of the human body retains a natural level to ensure all of its structures are functioning properly. The bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other tissues work together to allow a range of movement and maintaining proper fitness and balanced nutrition can help keep the body functioning properly. Great mobility means executing functional movements with no restrictions in the range of motion (ROM).

A flexible person can have core strength, balance, or coordination but cannot perform the same functional movements as a person with great mobility. Remember that flexibility is a mobility component, but extreme flexibility really is not required to perform functional movements.

According to Dr. Alex Jimenez’s compilation of articles on mobility and flexibility, individuals who don’t stretch their body often can experience shortened or stiffened muscles which decrease their ability to move effectively.

Enhance Exercise Program With Chiropractic

Chiropractic can enhance the effectiveness of an exercise program. Chiropractic works on the neuromusculoskeletal system, which comprises the nervous, muscular,… Read More

January 12, 2022

The Foot and Spine Connection

Arch Collapse and Back Pain Many conditions start in the feet but eventually contribute to health concerns farther up the… Read More

January 4, 2022

What to do after a Concussion: An Anti-inflammatory Nutritional Approach

Concussions are a fairly common injury in the world of sports medicine. As hard as it might be to admit… Read More

December 28, 2021

Restore Range Of Motion With Chiropractic

Moving every part of the body freely, without pain or stiffness, is necessary for a high quality of life. As… Read More

November 17, 2021

Walking For A Healthy Back

Walking for a healthy back. This simple form of exercise can: Trim the waistline. Elevate mood. Reduce the risk of… Read More

October 29, 2021

Treating Severe Sciatica Syndromes | El Paso, TX (2021)

https://youtu.be/PuSvusazRuo In today's podcast, Dr. Alex Jimenez, health coach Kenna Vaughn, Truide Torres, biochemist Alexander Jimenez, and Astrid Ornelas, discuss… Read More

October 28, 2021

Pulled Shoulder Muscle

The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint. The shoulder has several muscles that help it move and allow a wide range… Read More

October 22, 2021

Pain Brain: Neuroinflammation and Fibromyalgia

The classification criteria for fibromyalgia have changed over time, affecting its definition from a "peripheral pain-defined disease" to a "systemic… Read More

September 24, 2021

Antioxidants vs. Pain and Illness

As humans, we are constantly exposed to oxidative stress, mainly due to how we produce energy. For us, to live… Read More

August 17, 2021

Aging: A New Disease.

Aging by definition is a β€œcascade of robustness breakdown triggered by a decrease in systemic NAD+ biosynthesis and the resultant… Read More

July 26, 2021

Postmenopausal Osteoporosis and Aging Vs. Traditional Chinese Medicine

As previously stated, menopause is a turning point in a women's life, a rite of passage that will commence the… Read More

July 22, 2021

How Inflamm-aging and Body Composition Influences Women’s Health

Women's health encompasses a multitude of factors that are carefully orchestrated by hormones. In turn, hormones can be produced by… Read More

July 13, 2021

Everyday Wear and Tear Stretches Chiropractic Recommended

Stretching out for everyday wear and tear. The body was designed for movement, mobility, and physicality. When discomfort, aches, and… Read More

July 9, 2021

Urolithin A vs. Osteoarthritis

Degenerative diseases, specifically those that affect joints and muscle, produce detrimental effects on movement, agility, strength, and quality of life.… Read More

July 7, 2021

Urolithin A as an Anti-Aging Factor

Urolithin A is the most abundant type of urolithin produced by the human microbiota. This nutritional compound is derived from… Read More

July 6, 2021

Akkermansia muciniphila: Intestine’s Urolithin A Promoter.

The metabolic effect of gut-derived metabolites coincides with the prevention of conditions like obesity and diabetes in mouse models. However,… Read More

July 5, 2021

Human Musculoskeletal System

Maintaining the body's musculoskeletal system and keeping it strong can be done through chiropractic and by managing general overall health.… Read More

July 1, 2021

The Ancestral Link Between the Microbiome and Mitochondria

It is not news that mitochondria are not the ONLY powerhouses of our body. Indeed, our gut microbiome can metabolize… Read More

July 1, 2021

Ellagitannins: Gut-Derived Metabolites and their Thermogenic Effects

Gut microbiota has a wide variety of metabolic activities. I would like to rephrase that, more than activities, they are… Read More

June 30, 2021