NECK-SPINE-PELVIS-QL-ILIOPSOAS-ABS-VIDEOS


NECK-SPINE-PELVIS-ABS: 231 Videos + 19 Research Studies



STRENGTH & MUSCLE MASS

  1. Neck – Sternocleidomastoid, Scalenus, Levator Scapulae, Splenius, Upper Trapezius .
  2. Mid & Lower Back –  Erector Spinae, Longissimus, Multifidus etc. .
  3. Posterior Abdominal Wall – QL – Quadratus Lumborum .
  4. Posterior Abdominal Wall – Hip Flexors: Iliopsoas .
  5. Abdominals – Rectus Abdominis | External & Internal Obliques | Transverse Abdominis .

RECOVERY: MASSAGE BALLS, ROLLING, STRETCHING

  1. Neck – Sternomastoid, Scalenus, Levator Scapulae, Splenius, Upper Trapezius
  2. Mid Thoracic & Lower Lumbar Back – Erector Spinae, Longissimus, Multifidus etc. .
  3. Posterior Abdominal Wall – QL-Quadratus Lumborum .
  4. Posterior Abdominal Wall – Hip Flexors – Iliopsoas .
  5. Abdominals – To be Added

NEURODYNAMICS – NERVE FLOSSING, SLIDING, GLIDING


INJURIES & CONDITIONS

NOTE: If you are injured you must see a Rehabilitation Professional. Nothing on this website is a substitute for that.



· NECK – THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME (TOS) 

  • Cyclists Head position
  • Neck Pain from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome . Spine-Health
    – Compression of the nerves and/or blood vessels running through the thoracic outlet (area between the top rib and collarbone)
    – Symptoms are typically felt in the shoulder and arm, but sometimes in the neck. Common causes include:
    (1) Traumatic injury. A major collision or fall could lead to internal changes that place more pressure on the thoracic outlet’s nerves and/or blood vessels.
    (2) Repetitive motions. Sports involving repetitive shoulder movements—baseball, volleyball, swimming; Work that involves reaching up above the head
    (3) Poor posture. head drifting forward and shoulders rounding forward
  • Videos – TOS – Explained .
  • Graphics – Brachial Plexus: Radial, Median, Ulnar Nerves .  
  • Videos – TOS – Massage & Stretching
  • Videos – Thoracic Outlet Syndrome – Mobility Drills, Trigger Point Release & Stretching . Lawrence Physio, Physiotutors

· CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME



· CERVICAL DISC PROBLEMS


· OSTEOARTHRITIS & SPINAL STENOSIS

  • What is Degenerative Disc Disease? – Spine-Health
    – Symptoms of back or neck pain caused by wear-and-tear on a spinal disc typically consisting of low-level chronic pain with more severe intermittent episodes
    – Common in the neck (cervical spine) and lower back (lumbar spine). These areas of the spine undergo the most motion and stress.
    – Degenerative disc disease is not a disease, but a condition in which natural, age-related wear-and-tear on a disc causes pain, instability, and other symptoms.
    – This condition usually does not result in long-term disability, and most cases can be managed using non-surgical treatment methods.
  • Video – Osteoarthritis Explained
  • Video – Degenerative Disc Disease Osteoarthritis Explained
  • Videos – Facet Joint Arthritis Explained

  • What is Spinal Stenosis? . Spine-Health
    – When one or more bony openings (foramina) within the spine begin to narrow and reduce space for the nerves.
    – This process can occur within the spinal canal and/or in the intervertebral foramina where spinal nerves exit the spinal canal.
    – Depending on location and narrowing over time, a spinal nerve or the spinal cord could become compressed and cause pain, tingling, numbness, and/or weakness

    (1) Pain. The pain might be dull and confined to the neck or lower back, or it could be an electric-like pain that radiates into the arm(s) or leg(s). The pain can vary over time, possibly flaring up during certain activities. Sometimes the pain is more of a pins-and-needles tingling sensation.
    (2) Numbness. Reduced sensation or total numbness may occur in the arm, leg, and/or other areas of the body.
    (3) Weakness. Reduced strength or problems with coordination may be experienced in the arm, leg, and/or other parts of the body.
  • Videos – Cervical Stenosis Explained
  • Videos – Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Explained

· DEEP GLUTEAL PAIN – possible PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME



· SCIATIC PAIN



· SACROILIAC (SI) JOINT DYSFUNCTION



· ISCHIAL BURSITIS (SITS BONES)


· PELVIS



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