Circuit Mobilité Lombaire (Dr Nick)

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Exemple #

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[HIPS & LOW BACK] One of the things that's easy to fall into is thinking you need to always perform a specific movement to help a specific body part. Glancing over social media, it's quite easy to come away with that thought process. I understand how someone could look at one of my posts and think "I need to perform this specific exercise for my low back." I try to convey the message that a mindset like that isn't helpful for long term success. If I have an image of the low back, and some exercises it could be because I was just working with a client who was dealing with some low back issues and those were some of the movements we had performed that day. Or it could just be an idea that I had to try to progress some basic exercises that I see performed often. A few movements are NOT a panacea for everyone to no longer have back pain. 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐢𝐠𝐦 𝐒𝐡𝐢𝐟𝐭 Instead of thinking, I NEED to perform all of these exercises for my low back pain, consider thinking: I'll try a variety of movements, and see which ones help me work towards my goals. It starts with your why. Why are you performing the exercises, movements, etc. There is no general solution to pain that fits every specific individual. Just like there is no specific solution to pain that fits everyone in the general population. My opinion is to find ways to move that don't aggravate symptoms, help you reach your goal, and allow you to auto regulate your own path. Nick #HealthStrengthSpine

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Points clés #

  • Ayez conscience de chaque partie de votre corps au cours de l’exercice ;
  • Décomposez bien les étapes ;
  • Soyez lent et contrôlez votre mouvement ;
  • Prenez votre temps, il s'agit de préparer les articulations, pas de performer ;

Notes du kiné #

Ce cir­cuit mobi­li­se­ra votre bas du dos et vos hanches, ce qui per­met­tra de redon­ner du mou­ve­ment et sou­la­ger d’é­ven­tuelles douleurs.