Hi welcome to Stressed Out Stress Free my name is Vincent Woon. This tutorial is in respond to my YouTube viewer telling me that he has a pain in his left butt mainly from sitting too much in front of the computer. Pain in the left butt, basically what happened is the muscles around your butt tightens up and hit the nerve.so that's why he has pain in the butt. So that's why most people will said it's the sciatic nerve sciatic painsciatica because when all the muscles tightens up it hits the sciatica nerve and the pain will.
Go down from your butt to the knee. So how do we take care of the pain in the butt I'm going to show you a couple of stretches and also massage technique in order to get rid of the pain. Alright! First stretch I'm going to show you is you get a chair and put your leg this way make sure it's straight and what I normally do is bend the other leg. See the other knee, bend down and you'll feel the stretch right here, right there. So hold on there and bend your knee you can actually feel the stretch.
Here. One,two,three and do as many as you can to loosen up the pain. Other stretch you can do is sit on the chair similar but turn sideways, similar but just pull your leg this way towards you and you'll get the same stretch all down here on the butt This way one two make sure you push this down closer towards you and this area here is straight like such. One two three. Ok those are the two stretch and if it still doesn't work! First thing you need to do then is to loosen up the area here. To loosen up.
The area what I normally do is I lift my leg up.turn this way like such. Front view turn to the left exaggerate a little bit, lift up higher turn to the left then lift up turn to the right. That way it creates movement and loosens up the whole area there. And if still aches, use your finger pad put pressure right onto the pain area and turn left, goto the next area right left right. Put a little pressure press into it left right in and out. These are the three technique that I would do and I recommend my client to do it. So.
Exercises to Reduce Back Pain Exercises for Back Pain Relief Hug Knees to Chest
So the next exercise that you can perform to reduce lower back pain is simple. It's just lying on the mat with your knees in. This really helps to stretch the back and it also helps to really just release the tension that you may have in your back and it feels really great when you're doing it. So I'm going to demonstrate how you're going to do this exercise. First you start by lying back, get into a good position where your lower back is into the mat. And then you're going to bring your knees in to your chest and wrap.
Your hands around your legs. So you hold this and you can really feel your back like really think about relaxing your back, relaxing those muscles. Another reason we have lower back pain at times is because we're not very flexible in other areas of our body like our hamstrings. So from this position it's a great way to get a good stretch in your hamstrings. So to do this I'm going to wrap my arms under one of my legs and then I'm just going to lift up. And I'll feel the stretch in my hamstrings and so I'll hold it here with my toe flexed,.
I'll hold it here for at least fifteen seconds. And then I'll release it and do the same thing on the other leg. You can really feel this stretch in your hamstring and this is really great. And release it and do the other side again. And the other side and make sure you're breathing when you're doing that and you can hold it for at least fifteen seconds, longer if you like. And come back to starting position. Really make sure that the lower back is into the mat relax.
The Knee Pain Guru on How To Treatment For IT Band Knee Pain
Today I'm going to show you an easy way how to get rid of your knee pain a lot of the stuff that I've seen on the internet is showing you how to get rid of a lot of times the IT band on the outside of the leg is tight, and that causes, actually causes the leg to externally rotate. So what happens is, what I've seen on the internet is, you'll have people trying to roll out with a foam roller on the outside and it's really painful it takes a long time, it hurts like hell.
And to be quite frank there's an easier and much more effective way of doing it and I'm going to show that to you right now. So what you're going to need is a clock and about a minute and what you are going to do you're going to be seated or be on the floor if it works for you you're going to grab your leg the bones in your lower leg, get a good firm grip on the bones in your lower leg and then you're going to rotate.
The bottom part of that leg out. What you're going to do is wait for about a minute in this position try to get as relaxed as you can possibly can and wait to see what happens Now for the sake of this tutorial I'm going to let this go however what's really important with this is that you want a before and an after so before you start the exercise go ahead and kind of check and see how tight the IT Band is and then and how your knee feels.
If you have any pain discomfort in it, whatever go ahead and rotate that out hold it in that position for about a minute and then go ahead and let that loose and then recheck your IT Band to see how it feels and then see how your knee feels. What's really important is the before and after because the idea is you're only creating comfort Now a little caveat to this is if you cause any pain by rotating that out don't do it! It's real important with that. Now, give me some.
Feedback on this, send me an email let me know that this works for you how it turned out for you and also if this resonates with you if this feels right somewhere on this page there's a place where you can put in your first name and email address and I'll send you a free report that goes into the entire program all of the pieces that I put together in terms of eliminating chronic knee pain So, thanks a lot and I hope you got a lot of benefit from it!.
KT Tape Full Knee Support
This technique is for general knee pain, this may be caused by tendonitis, bursitis, or instability and this is how we tape for it. For the first segment of this application I am going to have you straighten your knee down and tear an Istrip off that roll and tear that paper in the middle of the tape, and when we stretch this middle portion we are going to stretch it nice and evenly and where I would like you to place that tape is just below the bottom part of the kneecap, or the inferior pole of the patella so over this tendon right here.
Full tension, go ahead and lay the ends down like you are going to come up the side of the knee and go ahead and pinch that off and rub that on well. From there bend the knee up to about 90 degrees and just lay those tails down without any tension on the tails. Go ahead and leave that knee bent up, and she will create a little friction with that paper to make sure that glue adheres. Take another Istrip, and this time you are going to tear the anchor down by the logo end of the tape.
And we are going to place that about an inch or so below that first application, and before you lay that down make sure that the tape is going to angle right on the side of your knee right on the side of the joint there. Make sure that anchor is rubbed on good no tension on that anchor. Make sure that anchor is rubbed on good no tension on that anchor. Peeling that paper back, leaving yourself about an inch at the end to hold onto you're going to want to make sure you are not making contact with the adhesive with your hands.
And you are going to bring that up trying to make as much contact with skin as we can, and laying that tape down rub that on. The last inch or two we are going to just peel off the paper and lay that down without any tension. Again a little friction with the paper make sure that glue adheres. Now we are going to tear one more Istrip and you are going to tear off the anchor end down by the logo on the tape. This time we are going to do a very similar technique to that second strip just kind of a mirror image.
So we are just anchoring below the knee to the outside of the shin peeling that paper off, pulling as you come across the side of the knee fairly good tension on that tape, but just as you get above that knee let's go ahead and stop pulling tension and just lay the very end of the tape down with no tension. And using that paper the waxy side, we are going to rub that tape on really good. That knee bends quite a bit with activity we want to make sure that tape is adhering very well.
Cold Laser Therapy of Knee Pain, Knee Sprains, Knee Tendinitis, and Chondromalacia Patella.
We use our cold laser on a lot of different injuries. We combine it with other treatments especially with knee pain. Lasers are great at decreasing inflammation, increase the healing in cells. It does that by ramping up the repair cells inside the body and makes them repair much faster than they normally would. It's going to increase the cellular ATP or energy inside the cell, so the cell has more ATP available and spends it to build and repair the cell down. It's going to increase the blood flow. More blood flow means more nutrients.
It works great in place such as the knee where we have that internal knee joint. We've a lot of small muscles and tendons coming down onto that bone. The laser is going to be able to hit not just the superficial skin muscles and tendons stuff near the surface but it has a greater depth of penetration. This laser can penetrate by eight to ten centimeters, which is significant more than the older ones that can really only go about two to three centimeters deep. And for somebody who's got.
An injury whether it'spatellar tendonitisor a small sprainstrain along the internal compartments or an IT Band, that laser is really going to make a big difference in speeding up recoveries. For the treatment we're simply go put our glasses on for safety. As we turn the laser on, you can see that little red light. That red light is delivering about 5 joules a second to this knee area. That's going to help with the repair. We're going to move right along the skin into different areas to make that impact. It works great on a place such as.
Hip Joint Pains During Pregnancy
Are you suffering from hip joint pains during pregnancy Hip joint pains during pregnancy are a pain in the, well the hips. Most expectant mothers start experiencing hip joint pains during the 2nd and 3rd trimester of their pregnancy, so you are definitely not alone. Doctors and physicians relate this to many factors, which includes having to sleep on your side, increasing pressure and weight. Not like you can avoid any of these. The growing and expanding uterus could also be pressing on sciatica nerves causing the pains. Everything is getting bigger, which is causing more strain on your nerves, both physically.
And emotionally. Most pregnant women find it very hard to sleep during the final trimester, as no sleeping style seems to make it any easier. You however do not have to live with hip joint pains during pregnancy, as there are several effective remedies. The most recommended, and effective way of dealing with hip joint pains during pregnancy is by trying water workouts. Plus, the water makes you feel weightless, which is a huge relief during this time! The final trimester poses many challenges to a pregnant woman, and since she has to.
Keep her body fit and in check, walking is not always recommended. Due to the extra weight, your hip joints have to take on excess pressure causing the pains. You can however benefit fully by swimming at least once in a week. Swimming involves inducing all body muscles without necessarily putting too much pressure on hip joints and muscles surrounding the same. An iliac brace is also an excellent remedy for hip joint pains during pregnancy. Also known as a pregnancy belt, an iliac brace helps support your back thus reducing the.
Nerve Pain Desensitization Techniques Ask Doctor Jo
Hey everybody, it's Doctor Jo. Today we're gonna talk about desenstizizensation. no. desensensation. no. Desensitizing something! A lot of times when people have a surgery or an injury, the nerves get all crazy and flared up. And so you have to desensitize the area and help the nerves grow back to where their supposed to. So all you need is just a bunch of different things that have different textures. And I have a towel, a cotton ball, a fork, and kind of a silk cloth. What you're gonna do is the area that feels.
Weird, lots of times it's a numbness, tingly, burning kind of feeling, just take the first object you want to do, and lightly rub it over the area. It might feel weird, it might fee really uncomfortable. It might actually hurt a little bit, even if it's just a little cotton ball. But rub it over that area for about 30 seconds to a minute and then move on to the next texture. A plastic fork works well, make sure you don't stab yourself, but just kind of rubbing it again lightly over the area to help those nerves find their way.
Back to where they're supposed to be. And then move on to the next one. Kind of a silk cloth. Just rubbing it on that area. You can kind of move the body part a little bit, too, while you're rubbing it. And maybe like a course towel that's not as soft. And just rubbing it on that area. So about, you know, 35 minutes a day, just desensitizing the area, and there you have it. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments section. If you'd like to check out some other tutorials, go to AskDoctorJo Don't forget to follow.
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