Spinal Decompression: Simple Easy DIY (3 Ways)

Spinal Decompression: Simple Easy DIY (3 Ways)


100 comments on “Spinal Decompression: Simple Easy DIY (3 Ways)

  1. Buster Brown Post author

    I do the one at 5:00. I'm not sure what my dad does. I also hang from my toys in my mouth while dad tried to take it from me.

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  2. Amy Cuaresma Post author

    I would love it if you did a "ask the occupational therapist" question and answer episodes! I need your advice receiving two different surgical opinions from two surgeons about my cervical spine. One says I need a 4 level decompression and fusion immediately and the other says I can be conservative and proactive non surgically. As a nurse I always say "friends don't let friend get fusions" I have been in OT/PT twice weekly for two years , mostly manual therapy.

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  3. Lift international equipment inc. Forklift trucks Post author

    I work 6 days a week 8hrs a day I now the back pain, at the end of the day I role on the floor for one hr and stretch

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  4. Lawrence Jensen Post author

    Just get some monkey bars at the park walk across them with your hands
    Get some parallel bars

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  5. Jacque B Post author

    I’m going to try this. I’ve recently lost 66 lbs and now I’m having intense pain from my left side all the way down my left leg. I don’t have time to go see anyone so hopefully this will help.

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  6. Sumaiya Meran Post author

    Three weeks back I met with an accident and this turama caused me spinal compression bone 11 can I start these exercises.

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  7. Chris Lewsader Post author

    I just want to say I am very thankful for all ur videos that you guys put out here. They have helped me alot with my cervical neck problems.

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  8. Justina Branham Post author

    Hi! Would you guys recommend this for a degenerating disc on C5 disc? If not, do you have a video or can you recommend something to ease discomfort?

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  9. richard branson Post author

    I just made up a joke why doesn't any one have a bad back in prison… Because most are doing a long stretch… Boom boom..

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  10. David Post author

    This stuff does help, I’ve been doing it for years, but I usually use a railing and kind of squat down to achieve the same effect

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  11. Afro Desiac Post author

    Bending at the waist, placing your hands on your thighs and pushing your thighs is a good way to stretch your spine. You have to relax your back muscles for best results.

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  12. J3GJ Post author

    This exercise causes an acute, very intense, sharp pain in the shoulder blades and down my spine that sometimes lasts for over 16 hours before the intensity begins lowering

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  13. Random But Useful! Post author

    Surely a professional can refer to another mans butt without having to broach the theme of anal rape ?

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  14. Barbara Elvig Post author

    My husband has been fighting a bad back for weeks, after seeing your video he did the countertop stretch and got immediate relief. thank you guys so much 🙂 100% true

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  15. Holyhallie Post author

    I fixed my own dislocated shoulder on accident, I was under my car on my back with both arms above my head pulling on stuck oil plug and snap, fixed my shoulder 🙂 great vids thanks

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  16. Paulie Post author

    It's great that even if you don't have any stable cabinet or door hinges to work with, you can always stretch your back on the floor

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  17. Butch 78 Post author

    Also….lose weight. Try picking up 20lbs in each hand. Now imagine carrying that round on your shoulders every day. Lose it and lose a lot of compression. Cheers and thanks for excellent video.

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  18. Daniel Ramirez Post author

    When I hang from a door, I hang with all my body weight and relax my entire body, bend my knees and rest my toes and focus on the lumbar. If done correctly, after about 8 seconds the facet joint will pop and give instant relief. ??

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  19. I think I remember saying Post author

    I'm having an easy time imagining an 80's public access commercial where they advertise as "Bob, the Mattress King and the Bard"… costumes and all; maybe a lute or a mandolin in there, somewhere…

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  20. Макс Редин Post author

    When I take a full breath I hear like my spine cracks, I don't know if this causes decompression or a better posture but back pain is going away.

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  21. Dee S Post author

    Invented by Brian Mulligan? Really? Suspiciously similar to extended child’s pose from where I’m improperly laying in bed putting strain on my cervical spine

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  22. Julian Ramirez Post author

    The first couple mins I thought I was watching an interdimensional cable commercial from Rick and Morty lol

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  23. Loso Damainman Post author

    On the other vid i seen u said that no more yoga poses about the one when ya on all fours.. U said that was bad for your back

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  24. Benjamin Samms Post author

    Thank you so much for your training videos. I have a pinched sciatic nerve due to a bulging disc between L4 and L5 and your videos have been a great help to me. Thank you.

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  25. colhen111 Post author

    Hello from Scotland, your videos really helped me, I herniated my disc in August, still causing pain but a lot better thanks for all the videos, they really helped me ??

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  26. Jose Franco Post author

    I like your videos and I appreciate your help on these issues. I have a pinch nerve L4 L5 S1 now for the last 6 yrs and been told I need surgery by two Doctors, one in USA and other in Mexico. I am trying everything I can find before I jump on surgery, how long should it take before I can see any relief of the pinch nerve with these stretches and exercises? I been doing them for about 5 weeks and sometimes I feel better but my foot still hurts 24/7 it stays normal pain of about 2-3 level since I had my last injection of epidural and PT 6 yrs ago.
    Any thoughts appreciated. Thank you Jose

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  27. MoJito225 Post author

    The knee method cannot possibly be for compressed nerves. Opening my legs, that wide, felt like I was being torn in half. Ughhhh. The first one seems great.

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