Disc Injury VideosLockdown Livestreams 2020
Problems are likely going to be located around L4-5 to L5-S1, it might be worse in the morning and you might be seeing stiffness, aching and pain....
Not all cases of back pain needs to get to the point where you’re struggling with the pain for years. A lack of understanding as to what’s going on...
There can be minimally invasive surgeries, which is something we’re more going to focus on. More invasive surgeries would be ones where hardware is...
The lower back is a load bearing structure. In most cases, when you injure your spine it’s because your back has been unable to effectively deal with that load. This could be due to a one-off accident or months and years of poor habits that have gradually caused a dysfunction. This is often why it can take time to heal. Spinal decompression helps to undo some of that excess pressure. One of the barriers to recovery can be exercises that strengthen the body but put more pressure onto the spine.
Back pain when lying down does bother a lot of people, you may feel different types of pain depending on the problem you have as well. The issues lie in the lumbar spine. A lot of us spend a lot of time sat down, you might nowadays be sat most of the day because you’re still working at home.
The piriformis sits on top of the sciatic nerve, although there are variations in your own anatomy that may be slightly different. That area is very well supported, there are lots of muscles that work in synergy to help our hip function effectively.
As we show in the video, you should have a maintained spinal curve as you squat down. You don’t want to be rounding the bottom or shifting out of alignment at any point during the squat. You need to brace your core throughout the whole process, if you lose it at any point then you need to re-engage before the next repetition.
The core muscles can have a big effect on your pelvic floor muscles, which means that lower back pain can also be impacted. Today we’re going to explain what the link is between these and how you can improve your pelvic floor.
Thank you for joining us for today’s livestream where we talked about what to do in the very first instances of back pain, when you’ve injured your back and you’re perhaps struggling to move or you’re in a lot of pain. It might also be a relapse for you if you’ve had this pain in the past but you’ve done something to re-aggravate it.
If you’ve got any kind of back problem, whether it’s degenerative disc disease, a slipped, bulging or herniated disc or any other kind, these tips will be helpful for you. Many practitioners recommend using heat as it often feels good, but it’s likely to feel good regardless of whether you have pain or not there. A hot shower feels good for anyone, as does a hot bath.
Ready To Get Your Back In Shape?
Sign up and get started with the program today, you’ll be glad you did!