How can ball therapy help you? These three are my go to for my aches and pains. I have my kids and partner using them too. I truly believe they should be part of your every day life even if your not in pain. Ball rolling should be part of your daily health care just like you should brush your teeth every day, your muscles need regular care too. I don’t always have a lot of time for ball rolling but I fit a bit in each day. I usually have one on my chair at work, working on my glutes and thigh muscles. There is one in my gym bag and I commit 5-10 minutes after my work out to rolling. It doesn’t have to be a lot, you can rotate working on a new spot each day for a few minutes until you have mange to work from head to toe by the end of the week and then start over. I do spend extra time daily on my problem areas and those releases I get help me to have more pain free moments/days in my life. There are many different books and videos online that explain ball rolling or you if you are interested in learning more about how to take care of yourself at home with Ball Therapy, Anna Topf our kinesiologist, could show you the best techniques. Please don’t hesitate to stop in at the front desk and try them out and/or book and appointment with Anna.