Best Stretches for Sciatica
Hello I'm Heather Moore owner ofTotal Performance Physical Therapy. Today we're going to go over the best exercisesfor sciatica. There's really one main stretch that you can do a bunch of different waysif you're getting numbness and tingling down your leg, if you'r e getting pain throughyour back, in your butt you should do this stretch multiple times throughout the day,when you do it you want to try and hold it for about 30 seconds, you want to try andperform 6 repetitions if you can't do it for that long that's okay hold it for as longas you can, if for any reason these are going to increase your pain you need to stop immediatelyand call your but this should alleviate
a lot of your body pain specially if you aresitting for a long period of time or you get a lot of pain down your leg. The first oneis in the seated position you want to sit up nice and straight, you want to cross yourankle over your knee if you feel a stretch there that's where you need to stop, if youdon't feel a stretch there all you wann do is sit up and lean forward and you shouldfeel a greater stretch through your butt, through your hamstring which is in the backof your leg and through the side of your leg, you may even feel a little bit on your backdepending on where your tight is again this shouldn't hurt and should feel like a goodstretch, you could do this sitting at your
desk all day long, you also want to make surethat you concentrate on both sides not just the side that hurts, piriformis muscle whichis what this is stretching on both sides and will tag evenly on your sacrum or your tailbone so you want to make sure that you do both sides and not just one. The next wayto do this stretch is standing up, you want to find a surface where you can put your leg,your hip at about 90 degrees and you're going to bring your foot up and you're just goingto have it lay on the table and you're going to let your knee drop to the side, if yourknee doesn't fall all the way down that's okay, don't force it down let it just staythere again if you get, if you're in this
position and you don;t feel a stretch youcan now begin to lean forward, you're going to feel the stretch in your back, in yourglut, in your hamstring and all the side of your leg, this should not be painful it shouldfeel like a nice stretch this one also you want to do 30 seconds hold about 6 repetitionsand you want to make sure that you hit both sides. The final way to do this stretch islaying down, so you want to lay on your back and this is a good thing to do when you getup in the morning, go ahead and bend both your knees up and then you're going to crossyour ankle over your knee, now again if this is where you feel a stretch stop right thereand hold it, if you don't feel a stretch in
this position you're going to reach both armsbehind this leg and you're going to pull it up towards your chest, you should feel a stretchagain in the back, in the glut, in the hamstring or maybe even on the side of the leg, it shouldnot hurt it should feel like a nice gentle stretch, you want to hold this about 30 secondsand you want to do about 6 of those you can do this as many times during the day as youwould like there is no set number or times that you can do this, anytime your tight youcan do this and it will not harm you.
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My name is Greg Blaut and I am making thistutorial for the targeted individuals out there in hopes that relating some of the knowledgethat I have acquired over the years of being one myself can possibly help them out, toget them through their situation. I have a lot of knowledge about all of it. I don't really knowwhat I should say in the tutorials, and what I don't. I am just making different tutorials trying tofigure out which one to use. I think in this one I am going to just give a total smatteringof basically all of the information that I have learned in a concise tutorial, as well aswhat I have figured out to, in my opinion, be a solution to the problem. OK, well I havebeen a targeted individual for geez, you know,
I don't even know long, maybe 30 years orso. I have been a victim of directed energy manipulation and attack for over 25 years.There was a period of intensive gang stalking and street theater, you know all about that.That's kind of how I. Actually the electronics is what i noticed first and I was wondering,you know, I didn't really know a lot about it at the time, but you know, it was minimal.After that, a few years went by and I was gang stalked for a long time, all the tactics wereused. Along with that was some more directed energy, but I didn't realize that was really,they were both together, I thought it was basically just the gang stalking, and not all of theelectronics with it, but it was. It was the
full gamut, It was like I had the full boat, and I didn'trealize about the electronics as much then. But apparently that didn't work. And thenafter a while it was heavy duty, attack, directed energy, I mean I have had RF burns. just the othernight I had burns on my fingers for Christs sake. I have artificial intelligence based entities,in my head 247365, and I have had them for over 10 years. And it was brutal at first,man, it was just a total attack. But anyway, I don't really need to go into that right now.I want to offer more of the solution in this first tutorial, at least, and kind of relatewhat I think maybe it's all about, and just try to help you some. In my case, I had a spot rightback here on the back of my head, that grew
a bunch of hair into my body over basicallymy whole life, I mean at least since I was a kid. Maybe it was some kind of birth defect, Idon't know, I don't think that is what it is, but it's possible, or an injury when Iwas very young, I didn't know about it. I don't really think that's what mostly this is, butit is possible, I guess, on some people that's probably what it's come from. Other people, maybeit's just transmitted from somebody else. But anyway, along with being under attack from externalforces, I was under attack from within my own body and that was just as bad, eventually,and I had to either figure out what to do or die. I am sure that is what would havehappened if I would'nt have come up with
something. And, so after intensive researchI have found what I consider to be a cure, or a good solution to the problem, at leastthe problem I have. Now I don't know if all of the targeted individuals have the samething, maybe that's what it is all about, I really don't know. The world is so crazythese days that maybe that is what most of it is about, maybe that is what is all about,I am not sure. But, anyway, the solution I have found is sulfur soap basically. And what Ido with this, this is 10 percent sulfur soap, nothing else. I take it and I grind it upinto like a fine powder and I put water in it, and then I make a cream out of it. I put it into a little pump bottle like this
right here, and I take some of it and pumpit on. I put a little bit of it on to the soap there, the cream, and then I take it and Irub it into my body, not really into me. I don't really want into me as much, I wantit into that problem, and it's pretty much everywhere in me. And so I rub it down insideof here real good, deep as I can get it. And I rub it on my head, you know, maybe in thefront, and behind the ears, sometimes in the lower back area. I have rubbed it into my feet before,and lower legs, and sometimes I have rubbed it like on my shoulder blades, especiallythis. Mine was on one particular side, and it was worse on one side so I kind of hitthat, and on the top of the (fore)arms.
Common Causes of Back Pain
My name is Stephen Levin. I'm a Johns Hopkins Pain Medicine specialistpracticing at Howard County General . There are multiple different origins of backpain. They can range from the very minor to thevery severe. Muscle strains or sprains can cause spasmand the most common cause of back pain.fortunately, they can be very selflimited and go awayby themselves. Patients can suffer inflammation or arthritis,which can affect the joints in the back including the sacroiliac joints and the facet jointswhich can cause pain with movement.
There can also be pain that is referred fromthe hip. Patients can also experience degenerativedisc disease which can cause what we call axial back pain, which is pain in the middleof the back and in some cases those discs can herniate and create what we call sciaticaor radiculopathy and this is a result of pressure from the disc on the nerves in the back. Posture or scoliosis, which is a curvatureof the back, can lead to biomechanical back pain, which is pain caused by abnormal movement. Some individuals can experience infectionswhich can lead to back pain.
Some of those are very unusual infectionsthat include tuberculosis or lyme disease or can be a more common from bacterial infectionsand that can infect the bone or the epidural space. Patients or individuals as they age can experiencethinning of their bone or experience osteoporosis and that can be so severe that the bones fractureand cause back pain. And in some cases patients with kidney, breast,lung, thyroid and prostate cancers can have their disease spread to the back and thatcan also cause back pain. The diagnosis of low back pain starts witha careful medical history along with a complete
physical examination. If those examinations suggest concerns, thenblood tests, xrays, CT scans, and MRIs are sometimes needed in aiding the diagnosis. In some cases, we use diagnostic injectionsthat are xray guided to help facilitate the diagnosis. Most people experience back pain in theirlives. The peak incidence of back pain can occurat two different times in life. One time that it occurs most often is in themid30s when people's discs start to dry out
and they can be susceptible to injuries fromlifting which can cause disc herniation. Later in life the incidence will go up againand will be associated with degenerative processes associated with aging so patients will experiencemore arthritic problems in the back or the thinning of their bones or osteoporosis. In general, it's good to avoid lifting injuries,poor body mechanics, and it's also good to maintain a good body weight and have a balancedexercise program. Doing these things can lessen the likelihoodthat you'll experience back pain in your life. Determining the best treatment for back paincan involve the thoughtful application of
interventional techniques, medication management,as well as rehabilitative and wellness programs. Our program offers a full spectrum of themost sophisticated medication management, highly specialized interventional pain managementtechniques, as well as rehabilitative and wellness programs. The mainstay of conservative treatment forpatients with back pain is the use of physical therapy. It can be also very helpful for individualsto use short courses of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory medications, muscle relaxants, oral steroids,or even in some cases a short course of opioid