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Problems With P90 X Exercises
Dpends: Dpends on what kind of back problms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually one doesn't: Lumbar lordosis is usually not an issue unless it is due to an increase in upper back forward bend or rounding known as kyphosis or due to an underlying spine issue like a spondylolisthesis or even related to a hip/pelvis problem. Exercises in general are good involing cardio routines and flexibility but core ones like yoga and pilates are great in addition. ...Read more
Core strengthening: Core strengthening exercises can help limit back problems significantly. Exercises such as planks (contracting abdominals with straight back posture, see image) and crunches in and out of the pool are several examples. ...Read more
Should stretching and strengthening exercises be done when there's still pain caused by a ligament problem at the lower back?
It depends: It depends on a few factors. You need to know whether the trend of your pain is getting better or worse, whether stretching alleviates or worsens the pain, and whether strengthening alleviates or worsens the pain. The exercise program chosen and monitored should be individualized to your specific needs during each phase of your injury. See a spine doc if it still persists for a few weeks. ...Read more
What to do if I'm beginning to have the 'turkey neck' problem. do you know of any flex exercises that might help me?
Check this out: http://www.physio-pedia.com/Deep_Neck_Flexor_Stabilisation_Protocol ...Read more
Minimize hip stress: In order to be able to successfully exercise and loose weight, you want to minimize the weight bearing stress on your bad hip. Water exercises or aquatherapy, recumbent bicycle, elliptical trainers are good choices. Avoid impact loading activities such as treadmill, running or jogging. Consult with a physical therapist who can be an excellent resource to help you with this goal. ...Read more
Hip pain: Exercises that are low impact and respectful of the joint and surrounding tissues are generally well-accepted if joint architecture is reasonable. If there is significant deformity or problem, check with your orthopedic surgeon for modifications. ...Read more
What to do if I have to research problems with current treatments like medication, surgery, exercises, but is there any problems?
Unfortunately: Your question is phrased in a very confusing fashion. I would be happy to help out but you need to pose the question with a bit more clarity. Consider resubmitting it. Best of luck. ...Read more
Yes: A physical therapist is a good place to start for treatment of neck pain. They can help with strengthening and stretching activities along with cervical traction which can help symptoms quite a bit! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a problem with my left trapezius. I haven't been able to lift weights for fear of hurting it more. What exercises can I do?
No heavy shrugs: Light upright rows and lateral shoulder raises can help work this area without taxing it too much. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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