Core Stabilization Exercises
Unless otherwise instructed, do each category twice per day for 4 weeks.
Beginner - Download and print
Beginner - Video instructions
Intermediate - Download and print
Intermediate - Video instructions
Advanced - Download and print
Advanced - Video instructions

If you've found lasting relief, please continue the Advanced category once daily, 4-5 days per week.

Palliative Care
McKenzie self treatments for sciatica
Self Treatments for Head and Neck Pain
Pain Between The Shoulder Blades
Exercises for Whiplash
Sciatic Nerve Flossing

Tissue Sparing
Microbreaks
The Hip Hinge
How to take care of your back
Safe squatting procedures
Self management of shoulder disorders Part 1
Self-treatment for slump posture Part 2
Self management of shoulder disorders Part 3
Self Care Stretching The Front of Your Hip

Tissue Stabilizing
The Back of The Back The Extensors
How to stabilize my back
Self management of shoulder disorders Part 1
Self management of shoulder disorders Part 2
Self management of shoulder disorders Part 3
Exercises for anterior knee pain
McGill Curl Up
The New Abds
Scapular Stabilization Exercises
Plank-to-push-up

Functional Training
Functional fitness training Part 2
Balance Sensory Motor Training
Balance Sensory Motor Training 2
One Leg Standing Balance Eyes Open-good illustration
One Leg Standing Balance Eyes Closed-good illustration
Squats and Lunges for Core Stability
Functional Abdominal Training Transverse Plane
Functional Core Workout
Functional Reach
Functional Training of the Gluteal Muscles
The ABC's of movement literacy - Polymetrics
Bretzell (Classic)
Bretzell 2.0

Shoulder Exercises
Rehabilitating Rotator Cuff Impingment Syndrome
The Tea Cup
The Shoulder Clock
Exercise The Opposite Side

Elbow Exercises
Elbow Mobility
Elbow Pain
Elbow Pain Relief Exercises

Wrist Exercises
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Exercises
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Exercises from the Journal of Hand Therapy

Hip
Hip Airplane Progressions
Can't Touch Your Toes? Find and Fix the Root of the Problem
Restricted Hip Mobility:  Clinical Suggestions For Self-Mobilization and Muscle Re-Education

Knee
10 Exercises for Arthritis of the Knee
Knee Pain Safely Strengthening Your Thigh Muscles JOSPT2014
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome with McConnell Taping and Exercises
Video - McConnell Taping for Patellofemoral Syndrome (Do it yourself)
Video - McConnell Taping for Patello femoral Knee Pain
Mulligan Taping Technique for Knee Tracking Part 1
Mulligan Taping Technique for Knee Tracking Part 1
Gray Cook, P.T. Reviews Taping and Follow up Exercises
Taping for lateral knee pain (tibiofibular joint)
Buy Hypafix Tape on Amazon Taping (2 in. x 10 yards)
Cover-Roll Stretch 4" x 10 Yards
Cover-Roll Stretch 2" x 10 yards
Buy Leukotape on Amazon for Taping (1.5 in. x 15 yards)

Ankle
Ankle Range of Motion Exercises from Z-Health
Mulligan's Taping for Posterior Glide of Talus
Mulligan Taping Techniques : Inversion Ankle Sprain

Foot
Short Foot - Strengthening Intrinsic Muscles of the Foot
Short Foot Janda
Short Foot with Queing
Short Foot Progressions
Taping the foot for pronation (plantar fascitis)
Plantar Fascitis -Spread Your Toes [Video]
Plantar Fascitis - Strength Training Improves Outcomes
Exercises For Bunions

Posture Exercises
5 Exercises To Combat The Negative Effects of Bad Posture - National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
Posture Exercises on a Foam Roll

For Overall Health
Turbulence Training 4-Week Program

Foundation Exercises: Dr. Eric Goodman
Foundation Training 

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 regular doctor, chiropractor, or physical therapist before beginning this exercise program.  The advice shown is not intended as a substitute for a medical consultation.  Broussard Clinic of Chiropracitc and the Los Angeles Sports and Spine Center disclaim 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.