30 Second Self-Traction for Neck Pain, Pinched Nerve, Herniated or Bulging Disc-you can do at home.

30 Second Self-Traction for Neck Pain, Pinched Nerve, Herniated or Bulging Disc-you can do at home.

69 comments on “30 Second Self-Traction for Neck Pain, Pinched Nerve, Herniated or Bulging Disc-you can do at home.

  1. Elemis Post author

    My husband and I both suffer neck and upper back pain. I’m always happy to see your videos for this! Thanks! You’re lots of fun!

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  2. T.B. U. Post author

    Thanks again guys. Always enjoy learning the reasons behind the pains and the science behind the exercises

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  3. Kirsty Macfarlane Post author

    I like doing this if I'm getting a headache. I feel as though it helps to relax the muscles down the neck and across the shoulders, lovely stretch. Thanks guys you are the best physios, in my opinion of course! 😂 😂 😂

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  4. realcanadiangirl64 Post author

    I'm going to try this right now! Almost 3 yrs ago my left arm stopped working and I had 8/10 pain in my left shoulder blade. An MRI showed a bulging disc in my neck exactly like Sam had 😉 I've been on opiods ever since, and I hate it. Question is, can a bulging disc ever be cured?

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  5. Aquamarine Post author

    I lay on my stomach and hang my head over the edge of the bed for a couple minutes. The weight of my head seems to release some of the pressure and sometimes stops my headaches

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  6. Su Su Post author

    Thanks for an informative video. Can you stop saying you weren’t liked as children in EVERY video please? It’s not funny

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  7. sathya moorthy Post author

    Thank you so much for both of you… It's really amazing… I get out off pain immediately…

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  8. GarysOnlyGal *** Post author

    I SO needed this video!!! I have deg. disc disease and I know that this technique will help me greatly. Generally, after my hubby rubs my neck and shoulders he will gently pull up on my head. Not to worry…he's in the medical field. You guys ROCK and I enjoy every one of your videos. Thanks for all you do for us! Beverly

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  9. john kutiyal Post author

    I heard about ozone discectomy treatment for herniated disc!
    Can anyone enlighten me?
    Or is it a bad joke

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  10. Kate Ramsey Post author

    Bob said you had other videos for what to do if self traction makes the arm pain worse but only linked to the sleeping position one. Will you post links to the others for me, please?

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  11. Winston Smith Post author

    Woke up this morning with a horrible pain in the neck. i got that sorted but the nerve near my cervical spine was hurting a lot too, thank goodness this was posted yesterday!

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  12. Kay Meyer Post author

    I needed this just now! I am an SLP (Speech-Language Pathologist) who enthusiastically positions myself to look eye-to-eye with people seated in wheelchairs, as well as children. We SLPs need a lot of self-care and PREVENTION instruction that we did not learn in school. Keep the videos coming to my mailbox!

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  13. Keith Stallworth Post author

    You guys are great! I could watch you two even if I didn’t need the info. The fact that y’all are the real deal only makes this channel more amazing

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  14. Simon P Post author

    This reminds me of the spine decompression that Doctor Gregory Johnson uses from Advanced Chiropractic Relief.
    Is it similar or the same?

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  15. Candace Epps-Robertson Post author

    Does this help with occipital neuralgia? I find the pain doesn't go down the arms for me, but around the sides of the head.

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  16. afterburner94 Post author

    Midelwestern American accent at its finest by these 2 gents. "Shhhhuuuure", "riiiiight". Man, I love this shit

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  17. Olga OZ Post author

    Thank you very much for the video. Will you advise to do this exercise with symptoms of dizziness, headache, brain fog (cervicogenic vertigo )?

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  18. Phil Long Post author

    I love these guys. They are like the medical Bert and Ernie and I mean that with the biggest compliment.

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  19. nicole sabato Post author

    Yesterday my boyfriend who was also my childhood friends so you can imagine we sometimes play around roughhousing for fun like when we were kids not all the time but rarely do we do that it just happen spontaneously meant to make me laugh I'm sure and because I look very young also I am not but in my for my age early thirties however because of past history of being in violent incidents and traumatic events my bones have taken a beaten I've had several broken bones throughout this lifetime. So I normally wouldn't think being thrown off of a futon would slip a disc or cause a chipped bone however I have experienced how playful events can lead to serious injuries around spring 2013 years just horsing around he flipped me off of the bed innocently because it's something that we've done since children however in that case there was a serious injury to my neck and I ended up with pinched nerves my C5 and C6 the doctor told me that they were chipped I was then sent from a orthopedic specialist to a orthopedic surgeon however I never had the surgery done and I've just been trying to do physical therapy I've also had issues because of car accidents I've had been thrown from a car and encounter several bones being broken and my head was hit very hard where it causes me to have a lapse In a Moment of clarity it's hard for me to remember I feel like I've been suffering mentally because of my short term memory loss and having to take care of for children and deal with teachers and homework and also to my kids have disabilities and now I'm in a lot of pain so if there's any videos that you can share with me to help me with chronic pain that I've been dealing with and a lot of different areas in my body please let me know and appreciate it

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  20. shaikh fahd Post author

    I have Cervical Lordosis,Loss of Disc Space, Congintal Blocked C5, C7 & Disc Bulge at C6.

    Plz Suggest, If Traction is Okay to do..?

    A Physiotherapist Said not to do that.

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  21. ES P Post author

    My symptoms range from shooting pains in my left shoulder blade when I raise my head all the way back, dull neck and trapezoid aches, and occasional deferred pain down my arm. All on the left side, and for about a month now. Does this sound more like a muscle strain, pinched nerve, or herniated disc? Really starting to bum me out that its lasted this long

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  22. Tanisha Foreman Post author

    Hi guys can muscle spasm cause your ears to be full of air cause sometimes that happen to me…

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  23. Hollie Harlow Post author

    Watching all your videos and doing the wall angels etc, changed my chair and monitor height at work, shoulder blade squeezes several times a day – how long generally does it take for the pain to centralize and go away?

    Love you guys. Thank you for all you do.

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  24. Jean Pierre Provost Post author

    i Brad and Bob what do you thick about the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUojAWqKEok … and thanks i love youre videos

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  25. Lourdes baby Post author

    Who needs The Neck Hammock®️ when a towel works just as well! Have just done 40 seconds and it felt very relaxing and a lot of tension relief. Thank you guys 👍🏼🙏

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  26. Troy D Arsewhooper Post author

    Wow, that hurt but things started popping. Interesting. Herniated discs from being rear ended, docs and shots didnt really help, wish they would've done stuff like this instead.

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