Cassell asked : Regarding Wall Bumps – WHICH side do you bump on the wall? Side lying over a bolster – which side do you lie on??? Pain side or opposite side?
And my response to him is: Hi there Cassell,
This is a great question. It is easier to answer with the side lying over a bolster, in which case, the pain side is up, you lie on the pain free side. For wall bumps, you need to look in the mirror, and see which way you are shifted. If your shift is such that your shoulders are to one side, hips to the other, your shift correction exercise is started with your hips away from the wall. The purpose is to get your spine straightened out. Make sense?