Archive for February 2013

[WATCH]: Spinal Disc Herniation & Sciatica : How to Know If You Have a Herniated Disc


Rating: 4
To find out whether you have a herniated disc, the easiest way to know is if it hurts when you cough or sneeze. Learn more about herniated discs with help from a chiropractor in this free video on spinal disc herniation and sciatica. Expert: Dr. Ray Wisniewski Contact: www.healthcareanswerman.com Bio: Dr. Ray Wisniewski has more than 25 years of chiropractic experience. Filmmaker: Jonathan Joseph Series Description: Spinal disc herniation and sciatica can cause a lot of pain and weakness. Learn to treat, relieve and prevent pain with help from a chiropractor in this free video series on spinal disc herniation and sciatica.

[WATCH]: Lower Back Pain Exercises


Rating: 4
Lower Back Pain Exercises Here are some “housekeeping exercises” that are designed to strengthen your core to support your low back. This will hopefully alleviate some of your low back pain as well as improve the health of your spine over time. These 6 exercises can be done daily, and you should shoot for doing at least 6 and as many as 12 sets of these 6 exercises each week. 1. Drawing In Maneuver (rainbow) 3x 5 second hold 2. Bird Dog 3x 3 second hold per side 3. Side Plank Hold 15-30 seconds 4. Prone Cobra 20-30 second hold 5. Floor Plank 30 second hold 6. Floor Bridges 20x More to come – www.fitnesstrainingbyjon.com

[WATCH]: Stretching sciatica exercises for a herniated disc with yoga: cobra


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This exercise targets: sciatica pain caused by a herniated disc For this exercise, you will need: an exercise mat The “upper body upward press”, or Cobra, is an advanced form of sciatica stretching for herniated-disc extension. Before trying this stretching exercise, get used to “Rise on elbows” extensions, which is a basic stretching exercise for people suffering from herniated-disc sciatica pain. Lie flat on your tummy on the exercise mat. From this position, press up on your hands. Your pelvis should remain on the floor. Rise up from your elbows, stretch your neck away from your shoulders, and draw your abdominal wall in. Make sure to keep your lower back and buttocks relaxed for a gentle stretch. Tips: Before starting any type of stretches and exercises, always consult your spine specialist. If you are unable to lie flat, a similar exercise can be done standing: slightly bend your knees and slowly arch backward with your hands on your hips. Perform extension exercises regularly, if possible every 2 hours, or follow the recommendations of your spine specialist. Since a forward-bent or bent-over position counteracts the effects of the extension exercises, people with a herniated disc should avoid bending forward. After performing stretching exercises, you should continue to perform exercises that will strengthen your lower back muscles and abdominals. Strong lower back muscles and abdominals will help you prevent sciatica pain caused by a herniated disc. Number of

[WATCH]: Herniated Lumbar Disk L4 L5 S1 Causes Lower Back Pain in exercise, tightens Iliopsoas Muscles


Rating: 4
Got lower back pain right side or left side? Want relief from lower left or right back pain? Get lasting relief now from lower back, hip or groin pain, and a herniated lumbar disk in L4 L5 S1. If you suffer with lower, middle or even upper back pain, it’s very likely the cause is your psoas or iliopsoas muscle. The psoas muscle directly refers pain right into your lower back and groin. However, it pulls your spine so much out of alignment that it causes pain inb your middle and upper back as well. Often back pain between the shoulder blades stems from a tight iliopsoas muscle. It’s important to learn how to self treat your psoas muscle at home and learn these highly effective home remedies for back pain. There’s also great back pain relief products that help eliminate psoas pain, and back pain from a tight iliopsoas muscle. For more information on how to get rid of a tight psoas muscle and eliminate back pain for good, visit our website at www.GetPainFree.Tv

[WATCH]: Let's Play Monster Rancher BC |1-2| Slipped Discs


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and here we see the douche-baggery that is the Saucer Stone System. To be fair, it is a good system, just not on emulator. it takes FOREVAR to load up a CD or a Rom, and having to deal with autoplay options from windows is that much more annoying than doing it on the Playstation. Brings back memories though.