4 GREAT Core Strengthening Exercise For L4 L5 Disc Bulge L5 S1 Disc Bulge Dr Walter Salubro

4 GREAT Core Strengthening Exercise For L4 L5 Disc Bulge L5 S1 Disc Bulge Dr Walter Salubro


Core strengthening exercises for L4 L5
disc bulge core strengthening exercises for L5 S1 disc bulge, what to do when to do it. In this video I’m going to show you
four great beginner core strengthening exercises for strengthening the back
when someone has an L4 L5 disc injury or even an L5 S1 disc bulge injury,
either disc bulge or herniation. Let’s get started right now and remember
to subscribe to my channel and hit that notification bell and everybody
knows Dr. Walter Salubro. I’m a corrective care chiropractor
in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Welcome to my channel. We provide corrective chiropractic
methods to restore spinal alignment and posture as close as possible to a
good normal alignment to help relieve pressure, irritation on
the spine, nervous system, help reduce inflammation and pain and
return people back to overall good quality and better quality of life and health. Now I have a ton of videos
on L4 L5 disc bulge. Some of them are on exercises and I’ll
put the exercise one right up here has great exercises for
stretching, mobility and uh, and then I have a bunch of other
suggested videos on my channel that I’ve created. So look at it in the
description below. I’ve had many, many people come to my office
with chronic back pain conditions, chronic disbelieve conditions, um, pain
and symptoms related to disc bulges, whether it’s L4 L5 disc
bulge or L5 S1 disc bulge. And they’ve tried all sorts of therapies
like physiotherapy and acupuncture and massage and, and functional rehab
type things, medications, injections. They’ve had all kinds of tests and MRIs. And I may even be describing
what you’re going through. I hear this on a regular, regular basis. And one of the things I have noticed
is that that’s been missing in their journey of correction healing
is correcting the spine. So something that like corrective
chiropractic care has been missing. And that makes this methodology unique
and different because not only does it help to alleviate the symptoms and reduce
the your irritation inflammation on the spine, that that’s from a
disc bulge injury or herniation, but also helps to restore spinal
alignment and structure to the spine to a better position to have a longer
lasting effect of correction healing. And that’s what we do in our office. Now, one of the most common mistakes that
people do when it comes to trying to do some form of exercise for
injuries of a disc bulge. And let me show you what that looks like
right here in this model right here. So here’s a spinal model. You see that
red part right there, right there? That’s an example of a disc bulge injury. So right up there I’ll put it up nice
and high and nice and close right there. That’s an example of a disc bulge
injury in the lower part of the spine. And there’s a lot of
reasons why that can happen. The most common is some
form of degeneration that’s
occurred over time due to misalignments of the spine or, or abnormal structural alignment of the
spine that causes wear and tear in the spine and other discs that
caused the disc to herniate. And when they become symptomatic,
they’re very, very painful. And one of the most
common mistakes is, is, is how people approach this
with care or treatment. And what’s important is to very
important before any exercises are done, that the actual spine is rehabilitated
properly into a better structural alignment and position. So it should be straight from the front
and have normal curvy alignments from the side and after that’s
corrected with methodologies. And one example would be
corrective chiropractic, um, types of treatments and methods which
we employ and use in our office. Then you start the exercise
process. So in this video, I’m gonna actually
demonstrate four simple, easy to do beginner core
strengthening exercises. I’ll actually demonstrate them in
a series of videos in this video. And before I do that, let me
tell you when to do them. Okay? Now here’s the disclaimer. So if
I, this gets asked a lot in my, in my comments below in the questions. If any exercise can potentially cause you
injury or pain while you’re doing them or is causing injury or pain while you
do them, then do not do the exercise. Very, very simple. Not every exercise is specific and
appropriate for every single individual or patient. And you should always be screened and
cleared by your particular doctor. I don’t know, your full clinical
picture and full presentation of, of symptom symptomatology and, and
have an assessor spine or back. So I can’t know specifically what’s
good for you or not, but your, your uh, attending doctor, doctor,
you’re seeing our therapist. Hopefully we’ll have a good understanding
of the structure of your spine and what needs to be done and what needs
to be done. So generally speaking, these are some general things to consider. I wouldn’t start with core
exercises right from the beginning. The first thing that needs to be done
is to reduce the strain and pressure and irritation and inflammation on
the spine, especially that this, that this injury at the
very bottom right there, that’s the first thing
that needs to be done. And there’s a bunch of different
ways that you can do that. One of the ways that we use is structural
correction of the spine or adjustments of the spine through chiropractic
adjustments and chiropractic corrective chiropractic care. Then what’s important
is to begin some mobility work. Mobility work at the spine, mobilized, um, I use pelvic tilts and wobble
chairs for our patients. And then after that you want to start
some stretch light stretching exercises. All was within tolerance. Once the
inflammation and pain has subsided, once, um, the leg pain has subsided, once the irritation in the
back has subsided and um, the, the mobility exercises
become more tolerable and the
stretching exercises become more tolerable, then I want to consider adding
core strengthening exercises. So I usually do that
later on in the program. We never start with core strengthening
exercises first because it doesn’t make sense. And this is the biggest
mistake, it doesn’t make sense to strengthen a back that is out of position. So you want to position it and
correct it into proper alignment. Because if that misalignment
is what’s causing that, this bulge in the first place, then you need to correct
that misalignment first. And we use corrective
chiropractic methods to do that. Once the structure of
spine is more stabilized, then you want to begin to do the
mobility stretching and then the core exercises. So you want to strengthen functionally
strengthen a spine that’s structurally aligned in its proper position or a
better position than a one first came in when then when the, when the injury
first started. So that’s key, key key. And that’s why I usually keep core
strengthening exercises later on. So that’s when you should do
them. Okay. So having said that, let me demonstrate these four. Okay. Four core strength exercises are
really great, simple, easy to do, can be done at home or with your
therapist or doctor in the office. So, let me start with number one right now
through four and I’ll come back to you in just a moment. alright, I’m back with Dr. Walter here again and
I hope you enjoyed the demonstration of those four exercises and I hope you
found them very helpful and useful. Remember, only do them
if they’re tolerable, if the irritation is not too advanced, and always get guidance from your specific
doctor or therapist that knows your specific conditions. Very, very important. But at least I hope you
found the process, uh, useful and understanding and NCL can
fit into your actual care program and rehabilitation program.
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This is Dr. Walter here, signing out and I’ll see
you on the next video. To learn more about how
corrective carpet care, uh, back to health chiropractic center can
help you with your chronic pain problem. Visit www.ibthcc.com by health chiropractic
centers located at 20 Cranston park Avenue number six, Vaughan Ontario, L6A 2W2. [inaudible] [inaudible].

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