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The Wiggle In Your Walk Must Go

A Thunder Bay chiropractor believes that while that wiggle of yours might be cute, it may have serious consequences in the long run.

Thunder Bay, Ontario, Nov.6, 2014  –

In his new book Dr. Richard Robson details what is causing that “hitch” in your gait and why it might be dangerous, especially in women.

For most of his 36 years in practice Dr. Robson has been teaching his wiggle theory to patients and the public stressing that the wiggle in our walk is often the first step in a series of steps leading to lower back and pelvic pain and arthritis.

The book will take you through the process of determining if you have a wiggle and then through a series of illustrations and pictures you will be shown how to test for the muscle imbalances associated with your wiggle. Then you can build your own specific exercise program using the handy exercise chart.

Dr. Richard Robson lives and maintains a private chiropractic practice in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The Wiggle In Your Walk Must Go is his first book.

Dr. Robson is available for interviews and appearances.

For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings contact Dr. Robson at  rrchiro@shaw.ca

 

Elevator Pitch

The book is about why the wiggle in your walk may be dangerous, especially for women.

The wiggle or hitch in our gait is often the first step in a series of steps leading to lower back and pelvic pain and arthritis.

The book takes you through the process of determining if you have a wiggle and then through a series of illustrations and pictures you will be shown how to test for the muscle imbalances associated with your wiggle. Then you can build your own specific exercise program using the handy exercise chart.

 

 

Questions About The Wiggle In Your Walk

1. What is the wiggle                                                                                                                                                   2. Why does it have to go                                                                                                                                         3. How to tell if you have it                                                                                                                                     4. What is causing my wiggle                                                                                                                                 5. How do I get rid of the wiggle                                                                                                                           6. How do I keep The wiggle from coming back

Author Bio

Dr. Richard H. Robson Author

With thirty-five years of experience as a chiropractor, Dr. Robson has helped hundreds of women eliminate problematic wiggles in their walk. Dr. Robson lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario, with his wife Judy and has three grown children. He maintains a blog at www.robson-chiropractic.ca and a website at www.wiggleinyourwalk.com. He can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/robsonchiropractic. Dr. Robson is a corporate speaker on health, wellness and chiropractic issues. The Wiggle in Your Walk Must Go is his first book

Why People Should Read This Book

Gait problems involving the hips and pelvic joints (sacroiliac) are very common, especially in women.

The problem is poorly understood and usually taken for granted as normal

Women need to understand that the “wiggle” can be a precursor to very serious hip, pelvic and lower back problems