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  • 💥BACK PAIN- 4 MYTHS💥
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💥 Classic post by @evercorelife!
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⁉️ Are you dealing with low back pain?
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📌 We know more about low back pain today than ever before. And recent studies suggest (drum roll please)…that back pain is complex. Although, it’s doubtful we will find a “cure” for back pain that works 100% of the time, we have tools in our toolbox that help you control and manage back pain better than in the past
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💯Today, I’m going to discuss four myths and misconceptions of back pain. Getting past these old beliefs will help you move forward
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💥 Myth 1:  Bed Rest – Doctors used to tell their patients to get bed rest for back pain. Not moving the spine is probably one of the worst things you could do. The spine loves movement and will respond best to staying active and changing your body position frequently
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💥 Myth 2: Arthritis – Based on the current evidence, there is no way of knowing that arthritis is the direct cause of back pain. Imaging studies have looked at the x-rays of people with arthritis and many people with arthritis have no back pain. Contrary to the articles you will read on the internet, there are no Telltale signs arthritis is the source of your back pain
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💥 Myth 3: Avoid Activity – Avoidance of activity is rarely beneficial. Instead of avoiding activities including lifting weights, it is better to unload, modify, and adapt. In other words, you may need to initially reduce the amount of load or intensity then progressively increase the load or intensity as your body improves. With time and the right exercises, you can get back to your normal activities
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💥 Myth 4: MRIs – An MRI is not necessary before starting physical therapy. A good physical therapist will identify any red flags or concerns during the examination. In the majority of cases, you want to start physical therapy as soon as possible. The MRI provides little value to the physical therapist in terms of finding the right exercises for you.  For example, I base my treatment from the findings of my exam not the findings of the MRI
  • 💥BACK PAIN- 4 MYTHS💥
    -
    💥 Classic post by @evercorelife!
    🔹🔹🔹
    ⁉️ Are you dealing with low back pain?
    -
    📌 We know more about low back pain today than ever before. And recent studies suggest (drum roll please)…that back pain is complex. Although, it’s doubtful we will find a “cure” for back pain that works 100% of the time, we have tools in our toolbox that help you control and manage back pain better than in the past
    -
    💯Today, I’m going to discuss four myths and misconceptions of back pain. Getting past these old beliefs will help you move forward
    -
    💥 Myth 1: Bed Rest – Doctors used to tell their patients to get bed rest for back pain. Not moving the spine is probably one of the worst things you could do. The spine loves movement and will respond best to staying active and changing your body position frequently
    -
    💥 Myth 2: Arthritis – Based on the current evidence, there is no way of knowing that arthritis is the direct cause of back pain. Imaging studies have looked at the x-rays of people with arthritis and many people with arthritis have no back pain. Contrary to the articles you will read on the internet, there are no Telltale signs arthritis is the source of your back pain
    -
    💥 Myth 3: Avoid Activity – Avoidance of activity is rarely beneficial. Instead of avoiding activities including lifting weights, it is better to unload, modify, and adapt. In other words, you may need to initially reduce the amount of load or intensity then progressively increase the load or intensity as your body improves. With time and the right exercises, you can get back to your normal activities
    -
    💥 Myth 4: MRIs – An MRI is not necessary before starting physical therapy. A good physical therapist will identify any red flags or concerns during the examination. In the majority of cases, you want to start physical therapy as soon as possible. The MRI provides little value to the physical therapist in terms of finding the right exercises for you. For example, I base my treatment from the findings of my exam not the findings of the MRI
  • 3,871 124 23 December, 2018
  • 💥Hip Extension💥
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👍🏼Great series of exercises here from @frankduffyfitness to help improve HIP EXTENSION MOBILITY long term
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💥Active hip extension is important for a variety of activities, including (but not limited to):
🔹Walking
🔹Running/Sprinting
🔹Jumping
🔹Bounding
🔹Locking out a deadlift or squat
🔹etc...
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🚨However, this movement is commonly limited and can contribute to low back pain and irritation if the spine is forced to compensate (into extension) for lack of movement in the hip
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📹Here are four drills that help to restore hip extension and develop strength over time:
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1) Half-Kneeling Hip Extension PAILs/RAILS 
2) Split Squat Isometric Hold
3) Couch Stretch PAILs/RAILs (🚨Warning - this might cause some severe cramping the first time you do it!)
4) Bulgarian Split Squat Isometric Hold
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💥PAILs and RAILs are training protocols designed to increase range of motion by combining strength and stretching.  The intent is to get the brain to utilize as many motor units (nerves that activate muscle contraction) as possible to achieve a specific movement.
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💥‘ILs’ stand for isometric loading (this is the strength part). The ‘As’ stand for angular, symbolizing the limitless angles in which they can be performed and reference to the closing or opening angle of the motion.  The ‘P’ stands for progressive, or “long side” contraction (the muscles that are in a lengthened position), and the ‘R’ stands for regressive or “short side” contraction (the muscles that are in a shortened position)
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💯 Try them out and let me know what you think!
.
.
.
Interested in:
📌Online physical therapy?
📌Movement analysis?
📌Personal training?
📌Performance enhancement?
Send me an email 📧 or fill out the link 🔗in my bio 👍🏼
  • 💥Hip Extension💥
    -
    👍🏼Great series of exercises here from @frankduffyfitness to help improve HIP EXTENSION MOBILITY long term
    -
    💥Active hip extension is important for a variety of activities, including (but not limited to):
    🔹Walking
    🔹Running/Sprinting
    🔹Jumping
    🔹Bounding
    🔹Locking out a deadlift or squat
    🔹etc...
    -
    🚨However, this movement is commonly limited and can contribute to low back pain and irritation if the spine is forced to compensate (into extension) for lack of movement in the hip
    -
    📹Here are four drills that help to restore hip extension and develop strength over time:
    -
    1) Half-Kneeling Hip Extension PAILs/RAILS
    2) Split Squat Isometric Hold
    3) Couch Stretch PAILs/RAILs (🚨Warning - this might cause some severe cramping the first time you do it!)
    4) Bulgarian Split Squat Isometric Hold
    -
    💥PAILs and RAILs are training protocols designed to increase range of motion by combining strength and stretching. The intent is to get the brain to utilize as many motor units (nerves that activate muscle contraction) as possible to achieve a specific movement.
    -
    💥‘ILs’ stand for isometric loading (this is the strength part). The ‘As’ stand for angular, symbolizing the limitless angles in which they can be performed and reference to the closing or opening angle of the motion. The ‘P’ stands for progressive, or “long side” contraction (the muscles that are in a lengthened position), and the ‘R’ stands for regressive or “short side” contraction (the muscles that are in a shortened position)
    -
    💯 Try them out and let me know what you think!
    .
    .
    .
    Interested in:
    📌Online physical therapy?
    📌Movement analysis?
    📌Personal training?
    📌Performance enhancement?
    Send me an email 📧 or fill out the link 🔗in my bio 👍🏼
  • 3,584 87 12 December, 2018

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