Pain Free Posture MN

Helping You Achieve a Pain Free Life and Living


About Deb Preachuk

Deb Preachuk is the founder/owner of Pain Free Posture MN.  She is a CF-L1 Trainer, Certified Foundation Training Instructor, Corrective Exercise & Posture Alignment Specialist with 25+ years experience in the health and wellness field.  Follow Deb on Facebook, Twitterand LinkedIn, or subscribe to her YouTube, Pinterest or Instagram pages.

  • Tight IT Band? Achy Knees? We've Got A Class For You!

    Achy painful knees?  One of the most constant laments I'm asked to help CrossFitters, distance/track runners and athletes involved in sports with repetitive bending of the knee is chronically tight IT (ilio-tibial) Band.   According to Medscape, iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome (ITBS) is the most common cause of lateral knee pain among athletes.   Read More...

  • Unglue Your Sticky Shoulders

        There is a famous quote by Benjamin Franklin that states "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". In my line of work as a corrective exercise and posture specialist, I take these words very seriously.  Everyday I work with athletes and individuals who are experiencing chronic muscle and joint pain.   Read More...

  • Fix Your Feet - Mobility and Corrective Exercise

    Your feet are a miraculous system of systems; bony structures, connective tissue, musculature.. They are built to last. You can rebuild them.   Read More...

  • Improve Shoulder Mobility and Learn to Correct Muscle & Joint Imbalances

      Shoulder pain and movement problems are very common among recreational and CrossFit athletes alike.  The shoulder is a load bearing joint and ideally, should move free of pain in all planes of movement.  In fact, shoulder mobility is a vital component of good human kinematics and is a staple of all functional body weight and strength training programs.   Read More...

  • Sit All Day? Try These Simple Exercises to Relieve Pain & Improve Posture

        Do you have back, neck, hip or other pain associated with long bouts of sitting?  If so, you're not alone.  Low back pain is a leading cause of disability world wide.[1] According to stats reported in the American Chiropractic Association [2]: Low back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide, according to the Global Burden of Disease 2010. One-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year.   Read More...

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