Posts Tagged ‘therapy’

How to Eliminate Back Pain Using Acupressure Points

This is a specially selected group of acupressure points for back pain. For more acupressure points videos visit
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You should go through the video and stimulate the acupressure points on both sides of the body.

How to eliminate back pain video will guide you through the stimulation. Just follow through with the easy steps.

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YOGA for BACK PAIN & CURVATURE of the SPINE with YogaYin

Yoga specialist Allannah Law demonstrates postures which will help alleviate back pain and lessen the curve in your lower spine. Excellent for scoliosis. Feel the difference yourself!

Duration : 0:9:6

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Stretching exercise for sciatic pain from sacroiliac joint dysfunction: Lumbar rotation – knee sways

This exercise targets: sacroiliac joint
For this exercise, you will need: an exercise mat

Lie down on the exercise mat. Your head, back and hips are resting on the floor. Both your knees are bent and your feet are placed flat on the floor.
With very limited motion, gently rock your knees from side to side. Make sure your thighs rub together, and your lower back remains still.

Tips:
Always consult your spine specialist before starting any type of stretches and exercises.
Exercises for sciatic pain from sacroiliac joint dysfunction will help you restore the range of motion and alleviate irritation of the sciatic nerve.
Do not force the stretch, and make sure you feel comfortable while you’re performing it.
Include exercises for sacroiliac joint pain, such as “wall squats” to strengthen the muscles, in your routine pelvic stabilization.
Wall squats: Press your back against the wall and squat with your knees forming a 90 degree angle. Keep your weight on your heels. Repeat 10 times, 3 times a day.
Your doctor might also recommend pilates exercises, because they focus on stabilizing the pelvic girdle which, in turn, stabilizes the sacroiliac joint.

Number of repetitions:
Rock the knees for 30 seconds.

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Massage Secrets for Sciatica by Athena Jezik, Low Back Pain, Techniques Tutorial 2

Massage Secrets for Sciatica by Athena Jezik, Low Back Pain, Techniques Tutorial 2

In this video, Athena shares her secrets about how to relieve pain due to sciatica or tension on the sciatic nerve. These massage tips will help you give a relaxing, healing massage and can help you provide specific relief for low back pain due to sciatica.

Athena goes into further detail about her massage techniques and specifically how to do a sacral pull to stretch the dural tube.

The body will always move toward proper alignment when given the opportunity, gentle work and delicate movement will be more beneficial for the body and will help it to naturally unwind into its proper alignment and correct position. For a true relaxation massage, it’s important to respect the body. Deep relaxation from massage may require several techniques- Swedish, Deep Tissue, Soft Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage, etc.

Athena is a Cranio Sacral Therapist, a Licensed Massage Therapist and Lymphatic Drainage Therapist.

Visit Athena Jezik’s website at;
http://www.acranio.com/

Wiki Sciatic Nerve
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sciatic_nerve

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LevroneReport.com • “Lower Back Stretching And Warming Up”

Lower back stretching and warming up

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