How to Stop Your Low Back Pain at Home “Shotgun Approach”

How to Stop Your Low Back Pain at Home “Shotgun Approach”

34 comments on “How to Stop Your Low Back Pain at Home “Shotgun Approach”

  1. Eye Dupppz Post author

    I can feel knots in my back, when I move slightly I can hear and feel pops and snaps. It often sends spikes through my fingers, toes and/or head. Can you please direct me towards more information? Has been going on for months now

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  2. salman abu alsameed Post author

    Thank you most sincerely for the excellent therapy sessions & Wishing you both great success ib all your business projects in the coming year ** Merry X-Mass and happy new year

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  3. LaJessica Joiner Post author

    I just found out this year that I had bilateral sciatica. I'm in physical therapy 1 A week now. And I'm in constant pain in my lower back and legs. Your videos always helped me when I was first diagnosis

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  4. Silkie Shag Post author

    I have a titanium protesis on my back, because i had a herniated disc, now i started to feel pain in my legs, so motivated by the fear i started to search about exercises, and i found your videos, and i dicovered the McKenzie method thanks to you, my therapist weren't good as you, i tested your exercices and now i feel better. Of all doctors i had, no one teach me the McKenzie method, i dont know i they were bad or they just want some money, becuase the operations are very expensive. Thanks guys for your job.

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  5. Wild Otter Post author

    Trust me there is nothing better than medical marijuana for your back! Relief in 10 minutes or less. And also it's great for sciatica . All those pills aren't good for your stomach!

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  6. M Diaz Post author

    You guys are great !! My son in law just herniated a disk and is in pain . These excersise s are going to help with the pain , thank you

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  7. Kirsty Macfarlane Post author

    I take my pain killers then get out my yoga mat and do what my body tells me. Windshield wipers is a great exercise, I actually take it a stage further and let my legs fall to one side. Then, if they're over to the left, I'll rest my left foot on my right knee which creates a lumbar twist and stretches the hip and quad, then repeat on the other side. That works wonders for me, it's a nice gentle way to do a twist and if you put your foot on the knee it adds in the hip and quad stretch.

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  8. cobe vizio Post author

    Going to do it……..got to get on with life………happy holidays🎅🏻🤶🏻😸☃️🦄👩🏻‍💻

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  9. Loraine Spencer Post author

    So important! My acute phase lasted about two weeks, despite taking high dosage naproxen as well as muscle relaxers. Finally I was able to get to the doctor and they gave me a pain shot in my arm. I've gotten a lot better over two months but I still have the basic pain from SI and up and over. Some days it flares up after sitting, so it's back to bed and back on meds. I've seen a few chiropractors and am seeing a PT. I wonder if I'll ever be normal again…

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  10. Jazzy R Post author

    I have 3 large herniated discs L3-L4, L4-L5, L5-S1 which caused spinal stenosis and sciatica. Any suggestions on what to do?

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  11. Goldie Locks Post author

    hi, I'm suffering of mild osteophytes L4,L5, my questions are, Is there a possibility will back to normal my  lumbar area? is there any possibility I can do yoga now or after my treatment? please help me I'm worried.

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  12. John Holmes Post author

    Where are you guys located I need to see you. I’ve been having low back pain that goes from my glute and wraps around my pelvis to the front.
    Years of aggravating treatments that don’t work. They tried giving me pain pills witch I won’t take because I’m only 38 years old and I think that will ruin my life.

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  13. E H Post author

    How much walking, swimming can I do after third day of back strain? My life enjoyment mostly comes from being active and the Doctor I saw told me not to exercise for three days.

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  14. Jafary Ch9 Post author

    Sir I am facing back problem from last year It has been A long time and I am continuously facing that pain plz Help me what to do This pain was due to wait lifting at gym!

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  15. rivolinho Post author

    Did you guys ever do a piece on car seats and the best way to have them adjusted for proper support and taking pressure off low back?

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  16. Momanita Lulu Post author

    are these safe to do if the back pain radiates to the lower tummy area too? mine doesn't affect my legs but goes around my waist.

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  17. Shell R Post author

    Can I sleep with the leg support every night, all night? Someone told me, that it would shorten the hamstrings and that would be bad. Please let us know.

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  18. Eve Mcardle Post author

    So very painful can’t take anymore anti inflammatorys because thay raised my blood pressure 4bulging discs in lumbar spine 1bulging disc in neck

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  19. caseylm100 Post author

    I found the car lumbar products aren’t thick enough. I use a medium size pillow and works better and doesn’t sink into where the car seat folds

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  20. Aries Arriesgado Post author

    I have 3 bulging disc. I got it when I was in my early 20s. Now Im im my early 40s it attack me again. And the pain is so excruciating. Im going to try the exercise. Ty so much

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