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Six of the best stretches and exercises to decrease pain and tension in your upper back. Thoracic self-mobilization techniques and strength training exercises to help eliminate your back pain and help you feel better. Tips and advice from a doctor of physical therapy. = FOAM ROLLER USED IN THIS VIDEO: 🤍 SELF-MASSAGER FOR MUSCLE KNOTS: 🤍 = OTHER VIDEOS YOU MIGHT FIND USEFUL ✅ FIX UPPER BACK PAIN FAST!: 🤍 ✅ HOW TO ELIMINATE MUSCLE KNOTS IN NECK AND SHOULDERS: 🤍 ✅ HOW TO SLEEP WITH BACK PAIN: 🤍 ✅ FIX YOUR POSTURE IN 6 MINUTES - FOAM ROLLER EXERCISES: 🤍 ✅ HOW TO CRACK YOUR OWN BACK AND NECK AT HOME: 🤍 = RELEVANT TIME STAMPS: 0:56 - WHY you hurt 3:58 - Thoracic Rotation Stretch 5:37 - Chair Extension Mobilization 7:27 - Foam Roller 9:36 - Rows 11:07 - Wall Angels 12:30 - Prone W’s WHAT CAUSES UPPER BACK PAIN? There are many potential sources of upper back pain. In my professional experience, the three most-common causes of thoracic spine pain are joint inflammation, rib dysfunction, and muscle strain/knots. Again - there are many more potential causes than this, but these are the three that I encounter the most often in my physical therapy clinic. Fortunately, there’s a lot that the right stretches and strengthening exercises can do to alleviate your pain and symptoms in your upper back. STABILITY VS MOBILITY When we are talking about joints of the body (and especially joints of the spine) there’s one key principle that often dictates rehabilitation: Stability vs Mobility. Your spine is a column of vertebrae stacked one on top of the other – it needs to be a stable structure to support your body. However, that column is also designed to bend and rotate (providing us movement) and therefore needs to be a mobile structure, as well. The key to helping alleviate pain in this area in your upper back is often found in discovering the right balance for your body between stability and mobility. If you find your back is very stiff and doesn’t move very well (too much stability and not enough mobility) then your best treatment options should include stretching, foam rolling, and other joint mobilization techniques. If, on the other hand, your back is very loose, flexible, and mobile, then you will most likely benefit from exercises focusing on stability (a.k.a. strength) versus stretching. A strong muscle is a tight muscle - the stronger your muscles in a given area the better the stability of that area. BEST STRETCHES AND MOBILIZATIONS FOR THORACIC SPINE PAIN (please see video for full demonstration of each) Thoracic Spine Rotation Stretch - One of my favorite stretches to introduce motion into the thoracic spine. Keep in mind - the higher you bring your knees the more you’ll feel this stretch. Chair Extension Mobilization - Go up and down your thoracic spine to mobilize each segment; don’t be surprised if you get a few pain-alleviating “pops” along the way. Foam Roller - Needs to be done the right way! Don’t hold your head suspended but rather let it mobilize your back. BEST STRENGTHENING EXERCISES FOR YOUR UPPER BACK Band Rows (bilateral and unilateral) - Bilateral to increase strength/stability; unilateral is a way that you can actually include some functional strengthening over motion with it. Wall Angels - Strength and endurance are key! Remember the points of contact and try strengthening over this really good posture. Prone W’s - Remember to get your chest up off the floor (extend through your back) and get your elbows behind you (drawing your shoulder blades closer together) Upper back pain is a common problem for a lot of people, but it absolutely doesn’t have to be! Being in tune with your body and understanding the principles provided in this video (stretch where it’s tight; strengthen where it’s weak) are key to alleviating your pain and helping you to feel better. Be sure to LIKE this video if you found it useful; also SUBSCRIBE to our channel if you have not done so already. Thanks so much!
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More information on our website: 🤍 There are many causes of upper back pain. Most of the time, the reason is muscle irritation due to overuse or an injury. Facet joint arthritis may irritate the sensory nerves around the facet joints of the thoracic spine, causing typically acute episodes of pain. Abnormal Curvatures of the Spine, such as Scoliosis or Kyphosis, can also cause upper back pain.
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Spine Examination - Back Pain Assessment - 4K - Clinical Skills - Dr Gill This is a clinical examination of the spine following the approach in Macleod’s Clinical examination using the standard Look, Feel, Move approach of orthopaedic examinations. Back pain and spine complaints are one of the most common reasons that patients will consult a doctor, so being able to correctly assess the spine is more than just an orthopaedic OSCE station, but is likely to be a large part of any students training and their training years as a junior doctor Please note the spine examination should always include Schrober's test, as well as assessing the limbs for any neurological signs if indicated in the history Please note that there is no ABSOLUTE way to perform a clinical examination. Different institutions and even clinicians will have differing degrees of variations - the aim is the effectively identify medically relevant signs. However during OSCE assessments. Different medical schools, nursing colleges and other health professional courses will have their own preferred approach to a clinical assessment - you should concentrate on THEIR marks schemes for your assessments. The examination demonstrated here is derived from Macleods Clinical Examination - a recognised standard textbook for clinical skills. - Some people may find an ASRM effect from watching these clinical examination videos - This video has three other spine demonstration videos associated with it: 🤍 - Spine examination explained 🤍 - Gait, Arms, Legs, Spine - GALS screen 🤍 - How to perform a DRE - digital rectal examination #spineexam #clinicalskills #DrGill #ASMR #orthopaedics
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Leg and back pain may be the result of a condition called lumbar spinal stenosis, which affects nearly 14 million people who are most commonly adults over the age of 60.¹² The significant pain associated with lumbar spinal stenosis, or LSS, can have a negative impact on individuals, causing inactivity, disability, functional impairment, and potentially loss of independence. We are joined by interventional pain management specialist Dr. Iden Cowan at the Capitol Pain Institute in Austin, Texas, for a closer look at a safe, minimally invasive treatment. The Vertiflex™ Procedure† by Boston Scientific has been clinically proven to provide effective long-term relief from the pain associated with LSS. ——————————————————————————————————————————— †Superion™ Indirect Decompression System Indications for Use REFERENCES ¹Ciol MA, Deyo RA, Howell E, et al. An assessment of surgery for spinal stenosis: time trends, geographic variations, complications, and reoperations. J Am Geriatr Soc 1996;44:285-90. 🤍 ²Navigant Consulting Data 2018 ——————————————————————————————————————————— Visit Us: 🤍 Like Us: 🤍 #AccessHealth Access Health brings a panel of three renowned experts to tackle important health and wellness topics in the fields of Medical, Nutrition and Fitness all from the female perspective. You can have access to healthier living, so tune in to Access Health airing Wednesday at 7:30 am ET/PT on Lifetime. AH0072 107494 1080P
If back pain is making it difficult to accomplish daily tasks, spine injections are a low-risk treatment option that provide quick relief without surgery. Here, Duke’s Michael Guo, MD, a physiatrist who specializes in treating spine-related problems with injections, explains common types of injections and the kinds of back and neck pain they treat. According to Dr. Guo, spine injections are most effective at treating pain that radiates from the back or neck to the legs or arms (radicular pain) and localized pain that stays in one place (axial pain). Treating back pain without surgery: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:12 What type of back pain can spine injections relieve? 00:40 What causes radiating back pain? 00:49 How can injections help radiating back pain? 01:13 What causes back pain that does not radiate? 01:29 How can injections help back pain that does not radiate? 02:15 Why should I consider spine injections?
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes if it is a hip pain or spine pain condition? A Diagnostic Dilemma Follow me on twitter: 🤍 Find me on Instagram 🤍OrthoInitiative Hip and the spine symptoms overlap. Diagnosis and treatment of these patients is difficult and challenging. Due to our aging population, more and more people are having arthritis of the hip and arthritis of the spine, and lumbar stenosis and it may be difficult to differentiate hip pathology from lower spine pathology. Physicians job is to find out the primary source of pain then tackle the primary source of pain. It may be difficult if the patient’s symptoms comes from the hip or from the spine, or is coming from both. Obtain a history and physical exam. You may want to use some imaging, even advanced imaging, and some procedures before you decide to do surgery on the patient because surgery can be complicated. You want to warn the patient that after we take care of this first problem, then the patient may have symptoms from the second problem that we need to address. We strive to diagnose both entities to decrease the chance of any misdiagnosis or delay in treatment. If you have a patient with spine problems, ask the patient if they have a hip problem. Patient should point in the area of the hip pain. MRI of the spine may show positive findings, it doesn’t mean that the patient has a spine problem because there are a lot of patients that have positive MRI findings but are asymptomatic, so it is complicated. The hip/ spine syndrome can be straight forward and you know which is the primary source of the pain, despite the fact that you have hip and lumbar spine pathology. You don’t know which one is the primary source of the pain despite careful history and examination. The patient has x-rays and MRIs with both showing the two conditions and you find that the complaint for these patients with both hip and lumbar spine problems is groin pain, buttock pain, thigh pain, low back pain and maybe knee pain. The patient will need tests such as diagnostic injection or EMG. The patient will be limping and will have antagic gait. A patient with groin pain is 7 times more likely to a hip disorder only or a combined lesion and rarely a spine condition alone. The buttock area is the most common region of refereed pain in an isolated hip pathology followed by combined thigh and groin pain, and never the lumbar spine. Pain radiating below the knee can occur from a spine or a hip arthritis . Pain over the greater trochanter is usually hip pathology and rarely spine pathology. Ask the patient to point to the site of the pain. The patients understanding of the hip is different than our understanding of the hip. The patient with lumbar spine stenosis or a spine condition will have similar problems of difficulty in walking. Paresthesia or radiculopathy, do work-up with emphasis should on the spine. Spinal stenosis patient may have pain down the leg and sometimes below the knee. In spinal stenosis the physical exam may be normal, and the patient rarely has neurological deficit. In lumbar stenosis, the patient will have neurological claudication with back and lower extremity pain that is worse with ambulation and that is relieved by sitting and bending forward (shopping cart sign). Straightening the spine during walking causes increased lumbar lordosis and narrowing the foramen and the spinal canal, causing pain. Patient with foraminal stenosis at the L1-L2 level or with facet arthritis may present with groin pain. Check the clinical alignment. Check the Thomas test to evaluate for hip flexion contracture. The sacroiliac joint pathology symptoms overlap with spine symptoms and the hip symptoms. Common studies or tests that can help? • MRI • EMG and nerve studies You may need to get an x-ray and you may need to give the patient an injection. If the patient gets more than 50% relief from injection, then it is a hip problem, and a total hip may be helpful. No relief from the hip injection, then evaluate the spine and do the appropriated imaging. Lifestyle changes including weight reduction, diet control and aerobic exercises such as swimming are needed. Stop smoking, smoking is harmful to the tissues. Treatment usually starts with physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medication. Patient may need injection or surgery if no response to physical therapy. In lateral hip pain, it may be trochanteric bursitis, do injection. Not every patient will need surgery, such as if it is spine decompression or hip replacement, both surgical procedures are difficult and it may be hard on the patient to have two major surgeries, so you need to space them out. 50% of the patients complain of low back pain before they had the total hip procedure. 60% of the patients had resolution of symptoms after the total hip replacement surgery. Patient with severe lumbar stenosis, decompression of the spine should be done before the total hip.
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Dr. Kodlady Surendra Shetty | Appointment booking no: 080 2338 9357 Consultant Orthopedic & Spine Surgeon | Spine Care and Ortho Care Hospital,Bangalore Usually thoracic spine is less involved in degenerative but sometimes because of the infection sometimes thoracic spine may be involved, especially in tuberculosis of the spine. Usually involves thoracic spine or thoracolumbar junction. Otherwise degenerative disc rarely involves the thoracic spine, only 2 to 3 % it involves. But when it is involved and the disc bulge is to much and in the lumbar region where there are only nerve roots there. So the pressure on the nerve root is less than the pressure on the spinal cord. So the spinal cord is involved then lot of spinal function will get affected. So that is why it is more dangerous to have Thoracic spine disease rather in the lumbar or in the cervical spine. So the RED FLAGS are stiffness of legs or difficulty to walk because of the Thoracic spine disease, then it has to be taken seriously and treated at the earliest. #ThoracicSpineDisease #ThoracicBackPain #BackPain #DangersofBackPain
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#neckpain #discbulge #cervicalspine Sore neck? Cervical disc bulge? ...Sit at a computer? Check this gem of a video out for all those suffering from neck pain from too much computer time and sustained rounded postures. In a nutshell, if you sit slumped for long periods of time, the forward head carry position (protracted) can do some wear and tear on the cervical discs in the spine, as well as tighten up the neck muscles and cause all sorts of pain, headaches and muscle spasm. So here are 3 of my best first aid exercises to help get you started in improving your pain with posture advice, the right stretches to do as well as what you need to be thinking about in terms of your monitor and keyboard set up, as well as standing up to work to offset the sitting and improve your spinal alignment. TOP 3 EXERCISES: 1️⃣ Cervical Retraction in Sitting / Standing 2️⃣ Cervical McKenzie Retraction-Extension (supported) 3️⃣ Cervical Rotation (overpressure) ➕ Physiotherapy Clinic: physiofitness.com.au 🌐 Telehealth Consults: physiorehab.com/telehealth 🖥 Online Injury, Surgery, Mobility + Strength Rehab programs: physiorehab.com/programs 🎓 Face-2-face and Online Courses for Allied Health Professionals: physiorehab.com/courses Physio Fitness | 🤍 Physio REHAB | 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Physio Fitness | 🤍 Physio REHAB | 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
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Chronic pain. The National Institutes of Health reports that tens of millions of Americans suffer from it. Chronic pain can destroy your quality of life and make even the simplest of tasks unbearable. Experts at Mayo Clinic want to change that. They are using an implantable device that stimulates the spine to reduce pain for some people. Reporter Vivien Williams takes us into the OR to learn more about this method of pain relief. To learn more, visit 🤍
Get our Neck & Thoracic Resilience Program here: 🤍 Your scapular/rhomboid pain is probably NOT your rhomboids! Watch the video to learn why! Intro (0:00) Rhomboid Pain (0:15) Do you experience a deep, dull aching pain along the medial border of your scapula, or that area between your shoulder blade and spine? Have you tried stretching or rolling this area with a lacrosse ball or foam roller only to get temporary relief? Considering the location of the rhomboids, many individuals are led to believe that their discomfort originates from a strain or trigger point associated with these muscles. However, the rhomboids are rarely the culprit so in order to find a long-term solution, we should take a step back and consider a more holistic approach. It’s Not Your Rhomboids (0:45) So if it’s not your rhomboids, what is it and why are you experiencing discomfort in this area? A landmark study by Dr. Ralph Cloward in 1959 applied stimuli to different aspects of the cervical intervertebral discs on conscious patients and had them report where they experienced discomfort. As you can see from the images, a common location for pain was in this interscapular area. Other studies have replicated this finding as it relates to the discs such as Slipman et al in 2005. And Dwyer et al 1976 is well known for stimulating the zygapophyseal joints in asymptomatic subjects and mapping their reported pain. The last consideration, and the focal point of this video, relates to irritation of the lower cervical nerves. You might generally associate this irritation with neck pain and pain down the arm in a nice dermatomal distribution, but Murphy et al 2009 found that occurs in less than ⅔ of cases and around 50% of people report pain in that rhomboid area. In fact, Tanaka et al. 2006 reported “scapular region pain is generally the initial symptom in radiculopathy and can persist alone before the arm or finger symptoms develop.” And in some cases, it might be the only symptom that ever really occurs. So although you might be experiencing discomfort in the rhomboids, that sensation is likely more of a secondary response. Also, I understand that issues with the neck or a nerve sound scary to a lot of individuals, but it doesn’t mean anything is damaged, pinched, etc. I just like to think of it as something being sensitive. Lifestyle Modifications (2:17) Exercises (4:35) Outro (6:41) - Disclaimer: The information presented is not intended as medical advice or to be a substitute for medical counseling but intended for entertainment purposes only. If you are experiencing pain, please seek the appropriate healthcare professional.
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes conditions associated with neck pain. Neck pain causes and treatment 🤍 Neck pain causes and treatment Patients can complain of neck pain from a variety of reasons and in this video I am going to try to outline the most common causes of neck pain and how to treat it. The first thing you want to identify is if the patient has neck pain or shoulder pain. Shoulder pain and neck pain problems overlap. You need to know if the origin of the pain is the cervical spine or if the shoulder itself is the origin of pain. Does the patient symptoms improved by shoulder abduction and placing the hand over the head, then the pain has the cervical spine origin. Shoulder abduction test Lifting the arm above the head usually relieves the symptoms because it decreases tension on the affected nerve. Is the pain more when you move the shoulder? Then the shoulder itself is the source of the pain. An important cause of neck pain is disc herniation. The patient will complain of numbness, paresthesia and radiculopathy, which is shooting pain that radiates from the neck to the arm. The patient will have unilateral arm pain, numbness and tingling in a specific dermatome in the hand. As you see here in this diagram. There will be weakness in a specific muscle group. And cervical radiculopathy, the pain is sudden and goes to the arm. Radiculopathy occurs due to compression of the nerve root either by a disc herniation or by arthritis that narrows the foreman. Cervical disc herniation occurs most frequently at the level of C6-C7 and it will affect the C7 nerve root. It can also occur at C5-C6 and in this case, it will affect the C6 nerve root. How to you test for cervical spine disc herniation? Neurological exam of the patient will include: Motor testing Sensory testing Reflex testing This is how you test the motor strength of the nerve root from C5-T1. This is how you test the sensory as you see her in this diagram. This is how you test the reflex as you can see in this diagram. Spurling test for cervical spine radiculopathy What is the Spurling test? The Spurling test is considered to be positive with neck extension and rotation towards the painful side reproduces symptoms in the ipsilateral arm. The natural history of cervical radiculopathy is favorable with resolution of the symptoms in most cases. And cervical radiculopathy, the patient will have 70 to 80% successful outcome after 2 to 3 months with conservative treatment. How do you really treat cervical disc herniation? We are going to start nonsurgical treatment first. Use anti-inflammatory medication, isometric exercises, physical therapy, and muscle relaxers. Get an MRI if symptoms do not improve after 6 weeks of conservative treatment. The MRI result should be correlated with the clinical symptoms. False positive rate of the MRI is high. . In asymptomatic patients older than 40 years old, you will find that 57% of these patients will have at least 1 degenerative disc on the MRI. The MRI may show you a problem with the disc in patients you are not complaining of any neck pain. Therefore, use a result of the MRI wisely and do not scare the patient, because what you find on the MRI could be a normal process. Persistent disabling pain for 6 to 12 weeks despite nonoperative treatment can be an indication for surgery. The surgery is usually anterior and it involves decompression and fusion of the involved disc space. Asked the patient if the patient has gait disturbance (unstable gait when walking, wide-based gait) or hand clumsiness, may indicate cervical myelopathy due to compression of the spinal cord (serious condition). The patient may have decreased manual dexterity and difficulty manipulating fine objects such as buttoning and on buttoning shirts. The patient may have occipital headache and a sense of discomfort in the neck. The patient may not have severe neck pain. In general, and cervical myelopathy the onset of pain is insidious, gradual, poorly characterized, and localized. Cervical myelopathy is a slow progressive process with stepwise progression and deterioration over time. In cervical myelopathy, the MRI will show compression of the spinal cord. Cervical myelopathy you will find upper motor neuron signs including a positive Hoffmann sign. This is how you will see a positive Hoffmann sign. What are other upper motor neuron signs? You will find the patient will have hyperreflexia, positive Babinski test and clonus test. Early recognition and early surgery is important for a good outcome. The severity of the symptoms and early treatment is most important to the outcome. Surgery is done for any functional impairment of the gait or the hands. Usually the treatment in this situation is surgery back decompression and fusion.
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Dr. Ryan Berger, an orthopedic spine surgeon at Henry Ford Health System, discusses pain after spine surgery, including options available to help lessen pain. For more information or to make an appointment visit: 🤍 Want to hear more from Henry Ford Health System? Make sure to visit our Henry Ford LiveWell blog! 💻 🤍 Follow our social channels: 👍 🤍 📷 🤍 📌 🤍 🐦 🤍 🎥 🤍 Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education.
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In this video, we go over the cervical retraction and extension exercise. This is an end range loading exercise designed to help patients centralize, reduce, and eliminate their neck and upper back pain. This video is intended as an educational tool for patients who have been evaluated and prescribed this specific exercise. Typical prescription includes performing this exercise regularly throughout the day, as much as 10-15 times every 2 hours. For more information or to set up an appointment or telehealth session, visit our website at 🤍 If this exercise causes you pain, be sure to check out our video on pain during movement and how to decide when to stop and when to continue 🤍 It is important to realize that every back, neck, and joint pain case is unique. What may be relieving to one patient can make another much worse. If you are suffering from back, neck, or joint pain, we highly suggest you find a credentialed mckenzie method therapist near you at 🤍
Pick your program here - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 Low back pain is by far the most common source of discomfort we deal with. The irony is, a lot of times what we feel is rooted in the lower back is actually caused by muscles not in the back at all. In this video, I’m going to show you how the glute medius could be the real cause of your back pain and a quick exercise you can do to relieve your discomfort instantly. Once gone, I’m also going to show you a few additional exercises you can do to make sure your low back pain never returns. The gluteus medius is sandwiched between the glute maximus and minimus and lies in and around the hip area. The role of the muscle is to abduct your hip or lift your leg out to the side in either standing or side lying and to keep your pelvis level whenever you take a step. Prolonged sitting during the day as well as an unequal weight distribution when standing are two of the most common reasons for this muscle to get weak and imbalanced. You can quickly test to see if you have the makings of a weak glute medius by standing with your feet shoulder width apart and lifting one foot off the ground. First take note whether or not your opposite hip drops significantly. If it does, this would indicate a glute weakness on that side. You would repeat with the opposite foot as well. When you do this you would also want to see if you had to dramatically shift your weight to one side just to lift that foot off the ground. If you do, this would indicate that you have an unequal weight distribution when standing and it would be especially troublesome when squatting. To fix this quickly, you will want to lay down on the ground with your affected side on top. If your right lower back was bothering you then you would want to lie on your left hip. From here, take your thumb and place it on the area most sore. You should feel that this is going to happen just to the outside of the bony prominence of your pelvis. From here, push to hold back the trigger point and start flossing your leg down and in front of you and then back and up. Your hip should be extended and then lifted into abduction towards the ceiling (being sure to point the toes down to keep the glute medius in focus). Do this about 10 times until you feel the tension in the muscle release. Now, you can burn out the spasm in the trigger point by getting into the fully contracted position of the glute medius muscle and holding as long as you can. Generally, because this muscle is often very weak, this may not be any longer than 30 seconds to a minute. Once you cannot hold it any more you will stand up and you should notice an immediate relief of the pain on that side. This is the quick but not permanent fix for this problem. Since the underlying cause is weakness in the gluteus medius muscle you will want to back this up with some exercises for your low back that you can do a few times a week. I show you three options for this. The first is the hip bump against the wall. The second is called the sack swinger, and can be done with a dog leash if you don’t have a formal dip belt. The last is actually doing the same movement that you did for the treatment, but this time as a strengthening exercise for your low back. Whatever you do, just be sure you are consistent. You will also see that as you relieve the tension in this muscle that your squat performance improves as well. Your depth should be increased and any low back pain that you felt by doing the exercise should be gone since you will now be able to do them with equal force through each leg. If you are looking for a program that puts the science back in strength in every workout, head to 🤍 and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. Start not only looking like an athlete but feeling like one as you take your training serious and take your results to the next level. If you are looking for more exercises and stretches for low back pain as well as workouts you can do with lower back pain, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at 🤍
Enjoy this beautiful Yoga inspired Stretching Routine to release tension in your upper, middle and lower back. These stretches are designed to help you reduce tension, and gain more relaxation and body awareness. Gift yourself with 10 minutes, just for yourself! This routine is also the perfect little (home) office break in order to release tension caused by sitting all day long at the desk. Furthermore I would like to welcome all of the new non-German-speaking followers here on my channel. Most of you came through my 15 Min. Full Body Stretch and I am more than happy to share my practise with you with the help of these kind of videos (music only, no talking). In addition to my German voice-over-videos, I will be producing more music-only stretching and fitness content in the future, so everybody can join! If you have any video requests, please let me know in the comments. Thank you for practising with me! Mady NO ADS! As in all of my sessions, I do not put any ads within the video. So you won’t be interrupted in the middle of your workout. NO ADS! Wie in allen meinen Einheiten, schalte ich innerhalb der Videos keine Werbung! Ihr werdet also nicht mitten im Workout unterbrochen. Diese Yoga-Einheit könnt ihr ganz prima im Anschluss absolvieren: 🤍 PS:Keine Sorge ihr Lieben, natürlich wird es auch weiterhin „gesprochene“ Videos geben. Das eine schließt das andere ja nicht aus und der nächste Yoga-Flow ist sogar schon in Planung ;-) Das ist meine Matte: 🤍 * (und mit Abstand meine absolute Nummer 1) Du magst die Matte lieber in einem komplett nachhaltigen Shop kaufen? Schau mal hier: 🤍 * Mein Meditationskissen: 🤍 * WORKOUTS/FLOWS: Meine Yoga Morgenroutine: 🤍 Yoga gegen Rückenschmerzen: 🤍 Verspannungen im Nacken?! 🤍 Yoga Stretch and Relax: 🤍 EQUIPMENT: Meine liebste Matte: 🤍 * Meine Vlogging Cam: 🤍 * Mein Make Up 100% Bio- bzw Naturkosmetik 🤍 * Mein neuer Mixer (macht die besten Smoothies ever!) 🤍 * MUSIK: 🤍epidemicsound.com Für tägliche Inspiration YOGA, TRAVEL & FOOD : Instagram : 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 * das ist ein Affiliate Link. Wenn du über diesen Link etwas kaufst, erhalte ich eine kleine Provision. Am Preis verändert sich für dich rein gar nichts!! So kannst du diesen Kanal unterstützen und hilfst mir weiterhin kostenlose Aktionen und Videos für euch zu erstellen. Vielen Dank für deinen Support!
Severe back or lower back pain is not treatable with the medications but requires spine surgery. In the surgical advancements, the doctors are adopting the Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery for treating severe back and lower back pain or a multitude of problems related to the spinal cord. Dr. Hrutvij Bhatt, Consultant Orthopaedics at Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Ahmedabad, shared the detailed information about the Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, its procedure, importance, and the need in certain cases. #NarayanaHealth #HealthForAll #AllForHealth #NHCares For video consultation with the doctor, log on to 🤍 Visit our website 🤍 to know more about Narayana Health and its facilities. Connect with us: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Blog - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍
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Back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to their health care provider or miss work, and it is a leading cause of disability worldwide. Most back pain gradually improves with home treatment and over-the-counter pain relievers. But for some people, back pain can be a debilitating problem that requires more advanced treatment. One option for persistent back pain is an implanted spinal cord stimulator that uses low levels of electricity to intercept or block pain signals. On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Tim Lamer, an anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist at Mayo Clinic, explains how spinal cord stimulation devices are implanted and used to relieve persistent back pain. This interview published on Dec. 11, 2020. For the safety of its patients, staff and visitors, Mayo Clinic has strict masking policies in place. Anyone shown without a mask was recorded prior to COVID-19 or recorded in an area not designated for patient care, where social distancing and other safety protocols were followed. Information in this post was accurate at the time of its posting. For more information, go to the Mayo Clinic News Network: 🤍?mc_id=us&utm_source=newsnetwork&utm_medium=l&utm_content=content&utm_campaign=mayoclinic&geo=national&placementsite=enterprise&cauid=100721