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Anthony Carey

Anthony CareyAnthony Carey, MA, CSCS, ACE-AHFP, holds a Master’s degree in biomechanics and athletic training and is Personal Fitness Professional Magazine’s 2009 Personal Trainer of the Year. He is the owner of Function First in San Diego, California which was voted one of San Diego’s “Best Of” Personal Trainers/Studio for 2010 and 2011. Anthony has authored two best selling books; The Pain-Free Program: A Proven Method to Relieve Back, Neck, Shoulder and Joint Pain and Relationships and Referrals: A Personal Trainer’s Guide to Doing Business with the Medical Community and has been featured in multiple educational DVDs. His work has received national attention, including the New York Times, Time Magazine and Oprah’s “O” Magazine. His clientele includes professional athletes, entertainers, heads of industry, physicians, chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists and people from all walks of life. This clientele is represented by people who have sought Anthony’s help from more than 15 different countries and 32 US states.

Anthony is the inventor of the Core-Tex™, the revolutionary reaction tool currently being used by multiple professional sports teams and the Olympic Training Centers in the US.

Anthony is recognized internationally as a leading expert on biomechanics, corrective exercise, functional anatomy and motor control and their relationships to musculoskeletal pain and function. He has been published and presented at conferences throughout the world. Anthony has consulted for the San Diego Chargers as well as some of the largest equipment manufacturers and health clubs in the world.


Advanced Strategies for Correcting Kyphosis

Addressing thoracic Kyphosis has been a challenge facing health professionals for more than a century. This spinal issue goes far beyond aesthetics and can negatively influence function above and below the thoracic spine.

The same exercise strategies have been used for years with questionable results. A true understanding of the form and function of the thoracic spine will allow you to provide exercises that go beyond the familiar tools in your toolbox to help clients and athletes of all levels function better.
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