21 Burst results for "Sciatica"

Ailing pope, reducing appearances, prays for homeless dead

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Ailing pope, reducing appearances, prays for homeless dead

"Pope Francis who was reduced appearances over the past few weeks praise for the homeless pope Francis who is making limited public appearances due to persistent pain drew attention to the plight of the homeless during winter the pope had skipped a scheduled mass in St Peter's basilica but he appeared in the apostolic palace library to give his blessing and offer remarks it's the second time in recent weeks that Francis has been hobbled by what the Vatican has said is sciatica pain forcing him to skip events it's the same painful condition that saw him miss the new year's day mass in St Peter's basilica I Walter Ratliff

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"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Previous ninety days. On average participants had been experiencing back pain for thirty five days. A what was the thinking that went into setting those particular parameters julie. We really gave a lot of thought to wear in the course of care for an individual patient. Do we think physical therapy could have the most benefit and the reality of most individuals experience back pain and sciatica is. They may put up with it for a little while. Hope it goes away when it gets to a point that it's really impacting their life. Or they wanna perhaps do something about it. They go see their primary care provider. And there's the real critical decision point there about what to do and beyond just prescribing medication. Or maybe taking an x-ray are they're more active steps that a primary care provider could offer to a patient that may help accelerate their recovery. And so we wanted to capture patients when they were in that moment in their care journey and then examine. How helpful is physical therapy at that particular time okay. So at at the outset precints were required to complete a number of rather detailed questionnaires. What did those questions covering. And what were they meant to gauge we cover to a host of concepts and in those questionnaires. It's really evolved. Quite a bit of back pain research we used to really just focus on maybe asking a patient to rate their pain on scale of zero to ten using that as an outcome and while that captures in aspect of what patients deal with when they have a condition like sciatica. It's it's too narrow and what we understand now is that back. Pain has an impact on individuals across number of of domains. So the question that we asked that most back research jazz. Now try to tap into the impact of back pain on people's were on their relationships on family roles on their ability to engage in recreational activities engage in their employment as i mentioned as well as their thoughts in their attitudes in their cognition pain. A much worry about how much it impacts their ability to sleep and do other things so we really tried to take what's typically called a bio psychosocial perspective and captured the patients experienced across a hosted domains in that model. Well that's interesting. Because it really is a multi faceted effect that That pain and especially like up prolonged pain episode can have on people. Yes absolutely anybody who's dealt with pain. Even acute pain knows. It's not just a matter of the degree to which it hurts. It's how it impacts your entire life. That really prompts most individuals to seek out care and so that the answers to those questions would in turn give you a gauge later to be able to tell the effect it. The physical therapy had had on on those behaviors and those kinds of experiences. That people were having right. It gives us the opportunity to look much more comprehensively at the experience of patients who had one treatment or the other so study participants were randomly assigned to one of two treatment groups. One group receive physical therapy The other did.

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"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Share your latest research findings with us let me start by introducing utah audience. You're the associate dean of research of the department of physical therapy at the university of utah and your research has been published More than one hundred fifty times in peer reviewed journals. So we're we're very glad to have you here to share your expertise now. Most people experience back pain at some point in their lives about thirty percent of these episodes in bob sciatica which is pain affecting the back hip in outer side of the leg. This caused by compression of spinal nerve root in the lower back for many people back pain resolves on its own but for others Paint continue for months or even years. The doctors too often advise people with back pain to try to remain physically active and give their symptoms. Time to subside. Before seeking treatment such as physical therapy. Now as i understand it though you and your colleagues at the university of utah. Health and inter mountain healthcare wondered whether physical therapy might offer patients and opportunity to curb their symptoms early on in avoid approach to Episode of pain so before we get into specifics of the study and his findings. I i'd like to ask. I what had suggested to you that people might be suffering needlessly from prolonged back. Pain in the physical therapy likely could help in at least some cases or put another way. What prompted this new research which was published in the journal. Annals of internal medicine very recently on october the sixth of this month. Two thousand and twenty. Yeah i saw. Thanks for having me dates. Forgive me the opportunity to to talk with you about about our work with respect to your question about what what prompted us to ask this question. The the primary driver for our team. In developing this study was our own clinical experience in working with patients with back pain and sciatica and our observation physical therapists debt. The care we could provide particularly when we saw individuals early on could be really effective but then often we didn't get the opportunity to see those individuals in children's symptoms had become much more chronic So that really was what drove us to want to study this question and see what we were serving really held up in the light of more. Rigorous scientific scrutiny. Okay so so now. Let's talk about the clinical trial. That you and your colleagues conducted. You enrolled two hundred twenty patients with back pain inci attica all were between eighteen and sixty years old and had consulted with primary care doctors at the university of utah health or at inter mountain healthcare there in the Salt lake city area about acting..

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"sciatica" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"sciatica" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Because i. you know this is an impeached president is broken many laws and has refused to condemn white supremacy and it's just it feels like there's been a line drawn sand and absolutely, I just. You know I I don't I don't give a fuck really you know Audi. Like. I guess that's the bottom line like I don't think it's bright. It just changes things for me but you guys have to it George. You've got two Senate seats that are opening up that are out. That are normally Republican looking a little competitive. Reverend Raphael warnock. Who is going to go against killing low-floor and he is most known for trading one point four million dollars in stocks following a closed-door grew in a virus intelligence. Let me break that down to legal. Yeah is fully illegal. So basically, let me break this down for you because my sister Georgia Law lady really cut it broke down the story and it's fucking wild essentially like months before coronavirus happen she got a heads up she was in like a closed meeting that was like listen this was gonna happen I believe she. Sold off stock for p. p. e. or something and sa made a fucking fortune very quickly on who've relate it was almost like insider trading. Right? You knew something before the public knew and however your stocks were aligned you basically made it so that you could make a lot of money on this particular pandemic emergency situation. So she's just a straight man and. You know what I mean. Yeah. Exactly I mean, it's just legal. She also doesn't support black lives matter where you had such. You had a great anecdotes that you're. A cancer charity and it's about. Cancer people are like, well, what about melanoma? Melanoma matters but we're actually talking about colon cancer. Yeah. I feel like it's so frustrating these days and listen I know you get it. You're in an you know you have a much bigger platform but. I talked how I was voting for Biden and I'm just like you raised a wonderful Republican family but also I feel like the Republican Party is no longer the trump party there. There's a different line like my family is very moderate. Yes here's nine voting for McCain. Voting for Bush is a totally different ballgame voting for trump and it's become. So polarized that it's very hard I. think you know having a personal opinion and talking about these things where my father is say we want to hear you talk about this or we want to know your opinion, and then when you look in your DMZ I'm sure you get crazies that like you know somehow find your email address sinew death threats you're like this is fucking terrifying and I'm just stating that I'm an American. And GonNa vote and I don't know this is you off as much as it pisses me off. But when you get that random, DM tweet whatever and it's like you're an actor nobody gives a fuck about your opinion that's like to me going to cheesecake factory and telling the hostess you're a hostess at the cheesecake factory. No one cares like we're Americans and have the right to vote what am I gonNa Opinion Yeah I. Don't want to support a president who supports white supremacists. You remember like it's still hard to remember the days. When Obama was president where.

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Prenatal Chiropractic Care w/ Dr. Maggie Quigley

Babes and Babies

03:35 min | 9 months ago

Prenatal Chiropractic Care w/ Dr. Maggie Quigley

"As I started going to chiropractic school I got to see a lot of people in school that were. Having kids falling were in Chiropractic school and I just thought it was amazing. I'm fascinated by all things pregnancy and birth related and I just thought it was amazing what Women can do and how powerful our bodies really are and I. Knew that kind of what I wanted to specialize in. Involved in and be able to help women. Route pregnancy reconstruction pregnancy post Arnon in just what I can help them do in disempower through in Arctic really allows me to do that. So I can't really action decided to certify and the Webster Acne, which is a pregnant extra training and certification that actress can do to best for. Yeah I know that. That's something that I looked for Because so I was going to Chiropractic care before I got pregnant not consistently, but I had just started going back about a year ago because I started training for a half marathon and I was having some issues and so I got adjusted and it did really help and then I didn't go for a couple of months and then I started going back and But one thing that I did look for when I went back was somebody who did the webster training because I knew that that is somebody who studied how to deal with pregnant women and I got a referral from a frontier and. I absolutely loved the Chiropractor I'm going to I'd love for you to talk about how is. Like regular chiropractic care different from treating pregnant person. So the western technique really focuses on analyzing the state ground and then doing extra soft tissue work. So that Seagram is one of the bones that makes up your pelvis switch obviously pelvis pretty important during pregnancy and the birth process and Walter Technique focuses on balancing the state ground pelvis and just the body overall and then helping relieve any extra tension and stress on ligaments and muscles that are mostly affected during pregnancy. So Sarah Amend and the round ligaments are. Ligaments that really are acted and Ken put extra stress hours in the uterus then. Painful only. Uncomfortable you've experienced it. Also attention on the uterus which said in impacts eighty voting to move around and get cracked space and just be comfortable too. So we a little bit of a massage and a release. And those muscles relaxed that everything is working more as a unit as a whole verses. Enter practic care. that. Much. As in depth of an analysis Yeah I've definitely seen a difference in how I was adjusted before pregnancy and the now now, it seems more of like a deep tissue massage. And I like it because I've had I've dealt with some SCIATICA issues the end it's been very, very helpful.

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Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

Your Brain on Facts

03:58 min | 10 months ago

Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

"Medicine men even published their own version of the farmer's ALMANAC with handy information about whether in crops and animals, and of course lots and lots of their ads. And the things they would write those ads. Swims. Panacea purportedly cured all belette diseases, including scruffy La chronic rheumatism ulcers, old sores boils and car bungles, diseases of the spines and wasting smedley Chili paste cured SCIATICA, rheumatism, sore throat Lumbago gouty pains and bronchitis among other things. Halls coca wine was invaluable for cases of influenza, sleeplessness, anemia and mental fatigue. And Lydia Penguins Vegetable compound seems to be able to cure women of anything, not just female troubles. Apparently, it was a curable, but only for half of the population. I've got to read you. One of their ads Lydia e Pinkham Vegetable compound is positive cure for all those painful complaints and weaknesses so common to our best female population, it will cure entirely the worst form of female complaints, all very troubles, inflammation and ulceration, fallings and displacements, and the consequent spinal weakness, and is particularly adapted to the change of life it will dissolve and expelled tumors from the uterus in an early stage of development, the tendency to cancerous humors. There is checked very speedily by its use. It removes maintenace flatulence. He destroys all creating stimulants and relieves weakness the stomach it cures, bloating headaches, nervous, prostration, general debility, sleeplessness, depression, and indigestion that feeling of bearing down causing pain, wait and backache is always permanently cured by its use it will at all times, and under all circumstances act in harmony with the laws that governed the female system. For the cure of kidney complaints of either sex. This compound is unsurpassed. It goes onto also plug. No Family should be without Lydia Pink Liver Pills, they cure constipation, billion and torpedo of the liver. Good stuff! So, what was in these bottles of snake oil? Very rarely oil of snake, which is hard to source. Ingredients ranged from benign but unhelpful like tincture of mallow route to. A dangerous. Many patent medicines contained significant levels of alcohol opium, morphine, cocaine, basically anything that would make the end user good, so they think it was working the fact that many of these medicines were made with highly addictive drugs was probably good for repeat business as well. While patent medicines were hot sellers. They weren't without their detractors. In nineteen o five and nineteen, six Collier's magazine ran a series of. Articles by Samuel Hopkins Adams entitled the Great American fraud which exposed many of the deceitful and unsafe methods practiced by patent medicine manufacturers. Exposes like these and other grassroots efforts helped bring about the first federal, food and Drug Act in Nineteen, oh six. Now drug labeling had to include a list of ingredients not. Of them just certain concerning things like heroin, chloroform, cannabis and of course alcohol. And Manufacturers were prohibited from making unproven and unprovable claims. Cocaine wouldn't be banned from freely available patent medicines until nineteen o nine. The Classic Sodas. We know and love. Today got their start as patent medicines. Before? We addressed the to soda elephants in the room. The brands so big that apparently they had a war in the nineteen eighties, which I was less aware of than our impending war with Russia which never came to pass, but did give us a glut of heavily accented movie villains,

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"sciatica" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"sciatica" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Some incredible improvements in air you didn't expect your sinuses can you tell me about that hi can I have suffered with sinus problems as long as I can remember and I actually didn't expect anything to happen that in that area and this sciatica is gone pretty much all the way and last fall and this spring I was clear my head was clear I was a little like a little on that and it's amazing and that's fantastic I've been able to work in the yard this year and it's awful yes so funny Donna I was just on the team here that you know it's someone I'll talk to fellow patients of doctor oddly and I also had side it's gone and I just told the guys so you know what I used to get I used to be on antibiotics twice a year for sinus infections actually haven't been on that since doctor rather but I hadn't connected the two I want to talk to you about starting your care with Dr Lee what gave you the confidence that he'd be able to help when others couldn't have were able to well I called in April of two thousand sixteen and I went in for a consultation and I said there's three things I don't want I don't want to kill shot or surgery and he looked at me and he said we can do that yeah and that was four and I thought you know maybe this will help where nothing else is so funny because I know Dr Lee is big into health care versus disease care for smart smart approach you took so we started Kerr how long was it before you started to see improvements with your low back pain or sciatica your sinuses well the funny thing is my first the first time he adjusted my knack I went home and I thought from from here I don't hurt and then I went back to help was like could you go back several times in the second time he's just to me I thought well I've got to feel this because I couldn't remember how it felt like the first time and you don't feel nothing yeah but it was like almost instantly that was gone but like in six months my sinuses were like wow where did they go yes Sir I it's so funny Donna months again when I went to go see the doctor the first treatment was so gentle I I've left the office going through anything just happened and then for me it was walk around the next day at the gym saying wait a minute I don't have the joint than they did so did you see any improvements of any other health issues she didn't expect to talk about the sinuses of lower back pain sciatica well he did up my blood pressure I've always had a real hassle for sure and it has stabilized to where the doctor I still take my pills but I don't need any extra stuff yeah so that has stabilizers were I didn't ever think it would it's phenomenal it's just it's the Yardley in apartment those three things are what well that my back was what got me there but the three things is so phenomenal to me that it blows me away yeah I'm I'm I've heard this you know I've talked a lot of fellow patients and I'm I never fail to get a a kind of a thrill from this wouldn't you tell others about yeah the the issue what do you tell him about your friends or other people about the the team that the are the institute and and how they do business I tell them that if they don't go in they don't know and that is they don't try it then don't talk to me about folder takes me thinking this is great well listen Donna I appreciate your time very much it's I I will have to seek out in the lobby sometime and and see how you can gradually since I'm being back in the garden wonderful hi I work out all day Saturday and that's the first time I really work in the yard well I did this spring also thank you for the really the first time I've spent most all day long just kidding what's it feel like to be out in the sun that way the sun on your face and back up the garden house I feel it's wonderful yeah I was one of my pension yeah what would you say about doctor are they personally he is personable and she sold eads that you don't even realize what's going on from there yeah I would ask you one last question Donna that is there's people who sit on the fence right people that you haven't met yet and they'll hear this I don't know I don't know she said if I don't try it you know I'm never going to know what's the one thing you would tell him to to convince them to call doctor the and see if their candidate for care her battle after going to college yeah that's where I live well there you go well god bless you for for getting on the phone with us and I'm so happy that you're feeling better yes thank god okay I look forward to meet you sometime in the lobby Donna thank you for your time thank you this funny when I talk to people like Donna it's so common for me to hear them say something about it it's something they suffered she talked about her sinuses and it has been an issue with me my entire life and I was getting sick all the time and I told Donna twice a year I I was on antibiotics for sinus illness and that's not occurring anymore and they did not connected to but when you restore the brain's ability to send healing signals to the body of the brain body connection only makes sense that you get that this she also talked about static I didn't grow up man I had sciatica my friend Ron upshot from car radio reminded me of that so many good a fax from restoring the brain body connection that.

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"sciatica" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"sciatica" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Also saw some incredible improvements in air you didn't expect your sinuses can you tell me about that hi can I have suffered with sinus problems as long as I can remember and I actually didn't expect anything to happen that in that area and this sciatica is gone pretty much all the way and last fall and this spring I was clear my head was clear I was a little like a little on that and it's amazing and that's fantastic I've been able to work in the yard this year and it's awful yes so funny Donna I was just on the team here that you know it's so funny I'll talk to fellow patients of doctor oddly and I also had sciatica it's gone and I just told the guys so you know what I used to get I used to be on antibiotics twice a year for sinus infections actually haven't been on that since doctor either but I hadn't connected the two I want to talk to you about starting your care with Dr the what gave you the confidence that he be able to help when others couldn't have we're able to help you well I called in April of two thousand sixteen and I went in for a consultation and I said there's three things I don't want I don't want to kill shot for surgery and he looked at me and he said we can do that yeah and that was four and I thought you know maybe this will help where nothing else is missing for the A. because I know Dr Lee is big into health care versus disease care for smart smart approach you took so we started Kerr how long was it before you started to see improvements with your low back pain or sciatica your sinuses well the funny thing is my first the first time he adjusted my knack I went home and I thought I'm from here I don't hurt and then I went back this couple was like if you go back several times in the second time he just to me I thought well I've got to feel this because I couldn't remember how it felt like the first time and you don't feel nothing yeah but it was like almost instantly that was gone but like in six months my sinuses were like wow where did they go yes I S. so forty dollars a month again when I went to go see the doctor the first treatment was so gentle I I've left the office going through anything just happened and then for me it was walk around of the the next day at the gym saying wait a minute I don't have the joint and they did so did you see any improvements of any other health issues she didn't expect to talk about the sinuses lower back pain sciatica well he did up my blood pressure I've always had a real hassle for sure and it has stabilized to where the doctor I still take my pills but I don't need any extra stuff yeah so that has stabilized for I didn't ever think it would it's phenomenal it's just it's the European apartment those three things are what well that my back was what got me there but the three things is so phenomenal to me that it was Malay yeah I'm I'm I've heard this you know I've talked a lot of fellow patients and I'm I never fail to get a a kind of a thrill from this wouldn't you tell others about yeah the the issue what do you tell him your friends or other people about the the team that the are the institute and and how they do business I just tell them that if they don't go in they don't know and that is they don't try it then don't talk to me about older pacing thinking this is great well listen Donna I appreciate your time very much it's I I will have to seek out in the lobby sometime and and see how you can gradually since I'm being back out in the garden wonderful hi I work out all day Saturday and that's the first time I really work in the yard well I did this spring also but this is the really the first time I've spent most all day long just kidding what's it feel like it would be out in the sun that way the sun on your face and back up the garden house I feel it's wonderful yeah I was one of my passion yeah what would you say about doctor are they personally he is personable and she sold eads that you don't even realize what's going on from there yeah I would ask you one last question Donna that is there's people who sit on the fence right people that you haven't met yet and they'll hear this I don't know I don't know I don't know she said if I don't try it you know I'm never going to know what's the one thing you would tell him to to convince them to their called ducks are the and see if their candidate for care bad enough you're going to call yeah and that's where I live well there you go well god bless you for for getting on the phone with us and I'm so happy that you're feeling better yes thank god okay I look forward to meet you sometime in the lobby Donna thank you for your time thank you it's funny when I talk to people like Donna it's so common for me to hear them say something about that that is something they suffered she talked about her sinuses and it has been an issue with me my entire life and I was getting sick all the time and I told Donna twice a year I I was on antibiotics for sinus illness and that's not occurring anymore and they did not connect the two but when you restore the brain's ability to send healing signals to the body of the brain body connection only makes sense that you get that this she also talked about static I didn't grow up man I had sciatica my friend Ron upshot from car radio reminded me of that so many good a fax from restoring the brain body connection that it's almost silly to not go try the gentle non invasive care doctor early so why don't.

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Los Angeles: Artist Says His Portraits Of Day Laborers Are Paintings — Not Statements

Morning Edition

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles: Artist Says His Portraits Of Day Laborers Are Paintings — Not Statements

"A Los Angeles art show called cowboy stories has no horse or any towels the campus is show Latino men in worn out jeans boots and cowboy hats staring at viewers and here's Susan Stamberg went to meet the artist and a few of his models you think this looks like you say yes I don't nine I got a I got a menu to ease my eyes his many famous Isola clearly that the Honduran model is Francisco Milka the interpreter another model is Gabrielle Barak has from Mexico your cheeks are bigger and softer you look older there then you look in real life well as I guess he is a may we the LA times says the artist Johnson sini from New York quote may be the greatest portrait painter in the country but sensing he says he's not making portraits he's out to capture the presence of the person he's painting I find that the presence of the sitter frees me up in a mysterious sort of way it loosens his brush strokes in confidence dashes of oil paint the men come alive on his canvases years ago since any found inspiration in LA's Koreatown day laborers hoping for work sun sini thought to paint a few of them and felt he had found his subject here's what we look for in a man he approach someone who's got a dynamic physical presence doesn't mean the person's necessarily attractive or not although I think my attitude is I've never painted anyone I didn't think was beautiful they look uneasy though in the pictures is if they're not used to posing for photographs let alone paintings some of the workers were puzzled when sensing the ask them to model for him this professorial looking Italian American with the salt and pepper beard wanting to paint them Gabrielle Berossus who started as a model and became the artist's long time partner says a few of the men didn't quite understand they always feeling that they are going to paint a house nope different kind of painting and the money was good John told them he would pay thirty dollars an hour five hours a day five days a week and they had to commit to five weeks of work beats putting up drywall or holding tranche Barak has was on scene he's only model for five years he loved it very excited and so but I sent into me ease was made the team the little something into it arts in their twenty four years together over I has has introduced sense any to many models some have become friends like Francisco Melgar sensing his painted him some twenty five times he is the one with the ram face in real life slimmer on the campus Melgaard considers posing a job but it does take its toll he was complaining that he feels he Attica pains heal one sciatica in his legs from standing in one position for so long on the other hand he's been immortalized hung on the walls of collectors and museums that doesn't seem so important to Mel car I asked about how his friends react to his modeling they feel very happy by the mall seeing that he's making with money painter John sensing he's not doing badly either at the veil matter gallery in LA his large canvases costs seventy five thousand dollars ten thousand for the smaller ones in the current climate people sometimes see themes of immigration migration in his work man leaving home toiling for money to send back to their families separation for sustenance sun seeming denies it his art he says is not political I definitely am not trying to make statements how do you see it then what are you doing making paintings making paintings in Los Angeles I'm Susan Stamberg

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"sciatica" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:44 min | 1 year ago

"sciatica" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Little desk those little shock absorbers in your back in your neck you've got twenty four individual moved over to run between each one is a disk so we're gonna go through how to heal from disabled as we're talk about sciatica we're gonna talk about lumbar degeneration we're even gonna talk about fusion if you've had a fusion surgery weather's your neck or lower back we are getting into that and just got a lower back pain good old I don't know if it's static our disco balls Hey good all lower back pain work will will cover you to there is hope for got we're talkin disks in your spine so yet what in order to know how he'll from something getting know what it is and the disks in your spine one of the things is a couple questions I get you know because we see a lot of people with who come into our clinic we have a natural clinic and you know I'm a chiropractor and a lot of people who come in and have a bad back right and we applaud people sciatica and lower back pain and joint degeneration and short and all these different types of scenarios here in what kind of questions that yet when it comes to desk is am I ever going to be the same yeah I understand because when you had to because you had a discussion I guess let's just get right into it you had your disk issue and you hurt your back at a pretty pivotal time when we're training for our mountain climb so tell us about that an interesting thing was that I'd never had back pain in my life never had any back issues whatsoever and then I'm training for this event which puts me right now season where I'm the strongest and most active that I've ever been my first ultra endurance event even though I used to be a distance runner back in high school this was in our first big alter insurance and we're getting to climb you know the equivalent amount Everest in vertical feet twenty nine thousand twenty nine feet in under thirty six hours and was doing some strength training to bolster that training and slipped the desk brought me down and I immediately knew that something had happened then when that happens it and media for immediately feels like a crisis scenario yes and that's the thing it feels like crisis it feels like an emergency that something has got to give right away in most people when they you know this look at this now you know better not to go drugs and surgery right away start getting a handle on and get things moving in the right direction but a lot of people who struggle with a bad back the first step is used usually something to help relieve the pain we're gonna feel better you don't blame them you want to feel better yes exactly we've grown up in a culture where we're not ever supposed experience pain we apologize for pain make the pain go away immediately and so one of the challenges is we mask the pain the underlying issue that that initially because that is likely still there so if the underlying issue the closet is still there the chances of you experiencing lower back pain you're experiencing other desk issue or a disco balls turns into a herniated discrepancy protrusion as much more likely if it's not handled properly on the front end and you experience it yourself yeah those symptoms are definitely there for a reason telling you what don't move that way support yourself matter you need re have and so if the symptoms go away a big part of your body's voicing guidance is you know Mastin because the nature of a desk in Derry makes people feel like they're in crisis and it does affect mobility and the paint a huge distraction we often just go straight to you know drugs and surgery instead of better appreciating that getting to that because really matters and not making it temporarily disappear and that's the thing is temporary disappearance is not always the right solution so yes the one know about disks when it comes to your desk after puberty most of the vascular supplies the most the blood supply begins to rely a hundred percent on movement to heal and repair to think of a spine to soak up water and then releases water that's a that's hard disk functions and it needs that constantly that replenishment for nutrients for minerals for proper and fluid supply and you have to have proper movement there now here's what ends up happening is that once you have a disk injury you're more likely to have another one why is that because you lose your vascular supply after puberty and so when you experience your is your weight lifting when you had your bad when you had your back injury now just one wrong move but I was set up for that injury because eight years prior and had a C. section that cut through my abdominal wall and I say that right really cut your mind on the wall they cut through your down a long section well because it was an emergency so is actually a very high incision not a pretty one and it just has a massive effect on my core integrity so even though I had gone through a lot of rehab I hadn't really gotten to the core of the re stable Ising might the integrity of my deep muscles well on the re have the you went through was that something that was prescribed to you by general medicine after you had that invasive surgery that cut through Europe domino wall what kind of what kind of you know rehab rehabilitation did they give you in the medical setting on and there was no follow up in regards to core integrity also that I think about that's a massive surgery that people go through how many women go through that surgery where they literally cut the core and then what you left to do just left to figure this out on your own and what what kind of issues come from that we know there's lots of different issues that come from that but your core integrity is not compromise it could be for the rest of your life if you need to know any better and so you know thank god you got a handle on this but the reality is that a lot of people struggle with that a bad back and discuss issues and there's four things when it comes to healing from a disc problem there's four things that you need to know so that's what we're gonna cover here next is what are the four things that you need to do in order to heal from not only discussions but in general bad back in general it's given the fact that disk need motion and what I say you lose your vascular supply after what puberty it was a puberty there some to me yes after puberty you lose your master supplies do you need motion and and this is what brings it brings new nutrition into the desks that brings new fluid in the desk and the most I'm talking about is really loading and unloading the desks it's a great way in a great exercise to do is what's called wobbling and so we have all the patients do this as just a general spinal hygiene exercise that pumps fluid in the desks up and down the spine it's super helpful and you might have seen our version of this if you seem like a stability ball since my son is set on a stability ball at work or home and so what you can do on that balls you can move back and forth front and back do rotation exercises in in general the minimum you and want to do is twenty two each side that's the absolute minimum what we say is while your age so listen if you're fifty and unity fifty each side you know we've got patients well into their nineties and we haven't do all ninety two each side before they actually come in because we want to see the spine is absolute best the death discs nice and hydrated healthy it's just a great spot to warm up it's not a high do you exercise right so the hydration of those desks can help do what the blood supply is no longer doing is that correct and so the more that we can picture what the body needs the better suited we are to take care of it and get to the cause of injury and then minimize re injuries SO movement biologically needed for all the function our body but when you're talking about a bad back you can picture exactly how that movement benefits the issues one thing about this we we sit all day we with the average person is now sitting more than they're standing or moving and there's no substitution for movement and so this can really help to yes hydrate the disks help to get things moving help to move their hips but listen we gotta get out their move we're gonna be walking we got if you can write if you bet you know if your knees hips joints if they don't hurt when you got to get out there and move our body and and there's no substitution for that galaxy in an of cells so you know movement is life you need motion motion is lotion motion is life so you can move your body never heard that motion is ocean is less and a you just learns of the new their motion is lotion and never to correcting bad Postrel patterns now here's the deal I say correcting bad Postrel patterns that is not standing up straight as not sitting up taller I think I just our producer Brian supplement taller than her it Brian Regis sitting up taller on purpose there because I just said that his sickness that yes it's here's what here's what we found they'll now we found I didn't find anything is the researchers that found this is that it's at the level of the cerebellum soaked unconscious so your posture has to become unconscious they've done research on this and they they've done research on people and said Hey we're gonna watch your posture so I want to maintain a strict posture as long as possible on average guess Helena they held ten seconds under a minute under many more than ten seconds but does that leave like little hope for correcting postural issues no you can correct Postrel issues but it has to be done at the level the cerebellum and what that means is has to become unconscious so there are underlying factors why you might have bad posture you know there's underlying factors of why this muscle imbalances been created to cause you to have four head posture as an example that rounding out of the shoulders allow me home after breast feeding mommy hump I always call granny help I like them you're right it is my granny you can have that granny's do what's in mom's other now because of attacks nagging forehead posture and just at a computer and so these things can be corrected over time but it's a process of neuro muscular retraining yet to re educate the muscles and ligaments to hold a naturally and so the problem is is that if we just try to you know put her head back as an example or do some exercises that are going to strengthen the muscles in the neck to draw the head back or strengthen the muscles in the rear to draw the rear but it just doesn't work that way you have to find the underlying condition that's causing it just as an example as we have coming in to the clinic who have upper thoracic problems to the upper back problems that they can actually bring their shoulders together anymore because they have what's called subluxation of their upper back they have joint that no longer move correctly it's damaging the nerves they can't bring their muscles back they can't bring their shoulders back is because they they thought about back in their struggling with the problem and it's been a painful scenario for them in the past and so their body adapted and now we're seeing the result of it it's not always conscious and that's why it's near impossible to correct posture without knowing where the issue is coming from exact and we can try all you want to just say put your shoulders back put your shoulders back but and I have a proper analysis of why your shoulders are rolling forward and it's exhausting even attempt to retrain the posture but it's amazing what a small correction wanted probably identified can actually do talk about the curves yeah so you have you have to have three distinct curve in the spine so what when I look at you from the site as an example you should have a curve in the neck curve in the upper back to go the opposite way in a curve in the lower back and so when you look at yourself from the side in the mir if you're wearing a belt your your bell should not be pointing down towards the floor you should have a nice healthy curve but if you have a belt buckles actually point towards the floor that's probably too much curvature it shouldn't be flat either that means you probably lack the you've lost curvature of the spine there in the goal is that your years should be over your shoulders she they're just personal is back I'm telling you as I talk about posture that happens by the way it's so that we have to these nice healthy because when we lose these natural curve in the spine there's always gonna be problems associated with it nine times out of ten somebody walks in with a a disc problem so they've had a bulging or herniated disc they've lost Kurt and one of the curve in the spine so they've lost their lumbar spine now lumbar spine curve now they have a disk problems developed there the disc has nowhere to go backwards thinking that if you lose that natural curve in the spine think about a banana you straight not a banana what you get it'll pop mushy banana right well if it's in the yeah after that what we call that the but.

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"sciatica" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"sciatica" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Maybe we two weeks for that pain intensity to come down. And then the person would need to spend some time trying the muscles and working on preventing a return as you get older, and that's less likely to be the coolest. It may take several weeks of learning how to move and changing the pressure on the move and repeated treatments and training to yell to resolve that problem. And then in some conditions is a condition colds the nicest, which is a, narrowing the canals of the Petit column. Those people may need to learn how to move quite differently to stop putting repeated pressure on those news, and once they learn how to move differently lots of people recover very nicely until late move in the wrong direction. Get the sort of re. Aggravation of the tissues, and those type of things, and this certain people who may eventually need to have some sort of surgical intervention if it's impossible to move. What's your taking the news with conservative treatment? But it sounds like surgery is is in an extreme case surgery is needed definitely needed. If there's other symptoms going on with the sciatica like weakness with getting worse. Some people can actually lose control of the ballot bladder. And if that happens that that that needs immediate Sigiriya, but in general, there's some very good literature that shows that the results when you compare a conservative treatments to surgical treatment in those people with conditions that don't improve immediately with exercise and flexibility. But the the problem will resolve. But it's over a very long time. So maybe a year or even two years for complete resolution, in those cases that are often recommended surgery. And then there's the group like I said that has the changes that are getting worse, the loss of ballot bladder, numbness and weakness, those people will probably benefit from surgery earlier rather than later friends sciatica be prevented. I mean, are there things people can do and perhaps not due to reduce the risk of developing the condition. That's the really key question because if we can solve that than we've sold a really big challenge in the management of back pain in general. So I think just the general advice would be to stay active a strong in the muscles of your trunks and back muscles gluteal muscles in hips, backside or domino muscles to kind of protect that area. Move lawf- move. Off. And and those types of things will maintain the general health of the lumbar spine, and hopefully prevent any of these kind of conditions which end up pinching all irritating, the neural tissues tissue, if someone is experiencing some of the signs and symptoms that we've been discussing what would you advise that individuals that do next? My first advice would be to coal you physical therapist and down get valuated. So you can work out. If this is a condition that you have developed can be managed effectively with exercise, you may need something like traction is sitting people who benefit a lot from traction with kind of with a bit of a structure the spine. That's that'd be the the first thing. And I advocate that people stay as active as they can even understanding that you know, that the the pay they have a lot of pain in it back that they need to stave activists. They can within that framework. So that they can. Keep everything else working while that's leg pain is resulting. What's interesting? You should say stays active as you can wh what are some of the warning signs? I mean, how how does someone who's trying to remain active know, whether they're kind of overdoing it or whether they should continue and kind of try to push through. Yeah. Yes. In sciatica, particularly people who have the shop shooting pain down into the heel or the foot and conflict their foot on the ground. That person's version of activity is not gonna involve a lot of walking or those type of things. But to maybe move around the house and lion bid..

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"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Let's listen in as Mark offers a primer on sciatica. So let's get started with a basic question. What is or ridiculous or ridiculous litis which are other names by which this condition is now soy attic has very specifically refers to shop shooting leg pain, usually down into the tough with the foot? This can be associated with. Back pain. So you could have back pain in the shop leg pain ridiculous policy, usually indicates for those other symptoms as well, maybe, numbness or tingling, maybe a little bit of weakness and the ridiculousness kinda refers just to the pain. So sciatic is probably the most common name, and then ridiculous with the covers the extra soda symptoms at some people have that condition. So most of us either have experienced or know someone who's experienced low back pain given that about a quarter of the American population reports having had such pain within the past three months. So to be clear the terms are not synonymous in that back. Pain can have other causes. Correct. Should you can have back pain without sciatica? Some people actually will have sciatica late pain without feeling a lot of back time. So they can happen to give that they can also have happened separately. You know, you don't have to have both things at once. So what are the most common causes of sciatica? And what are the things that typically might trigger it sciatica itself usually indicate that one of the move routes one of the places where the news exits the spine is getting some types of irritation that can happen in a younger person the contents of the discs between the vertebrae the bones in the back actually is kinda like toothpaste quality. And if it squirts out or Honey eight into the canal, you buddies actually sets up a really intense inflammatory reaction to that. And that can cause sciatica without having any pressure on the news at all as you get a little bit old. It's probably more likely that there's something putting pressure on the news. Maybe it's a change in the shape of the bones like a bone spur. Or the joint senior back maybe thick and a little bit. Well, maybe you actually Bolger disc gap and win those sort of things press or particularly when this chronic inflammation associated with some ongoing sort of pet Thala G, you'll problem in the back that pressure will trigger. The sciatic that pressure is probably also going to give some of the other symptoms, maybe team bling, some people have been numbness, and then has the pressure gets greater some people may even get a little bit of weakness associated you talked about some of the things that that can happen, and you mentioned pressure, which which to me suggests a pain, what are some typical signs and symptoms that one might have with Sadeq say the primary one is definitely the shop shooting pain down the late. People may will say have some sort of who'd be described as burning some people talk about tingling. Thing. Some people get a little bit of numbness or slight change in sensation in the leg of the foot. Sometimes in the as the pressure increases, you can also get the weakness we were talking about usually people when they come in and move describe what's going on with them as a position that they won't like for some people that sitting and if I have to sit the fifteen minutes, I stopped to get my leg time for other folks at my actually be standing for a long time. So it really depends on what is causing that pressure about the position that people can't get in. But but usually there's a position that they don't like what was that you want life when you have this sort of condition, and particularly if difficult to stay in that position for any period of time. So, you know, a lot of the patients we see we'll say, you know, I can sit for about ten minutes. Then I gotta stay in for ten minutes. I can walk for a little while. And then I have to sit again. It seems like these kind of prolong being anyone positions. Not good, Mark. How is the condition diagnosed how does someone know that they have sciatica as opposed to to something else going on? Well, actually, the best way is this description of the shop shooting pain, someone will say these really shop Kopf much worse than my back. See my foot much worse than my back..

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"sciatica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It was our horrific and then i went to the er and within just a few minutes they were very very good at kaiser denote for sure what's causing they they don't know for sure whether it's the the herniated disk that's hitting the sciatic nerve eat it may be beside us maybe it was just a spasm that set off it's under the pera foremost which are these muscles at right underneath that is the sciatica so they don't know but the point is it is getting better i have my walker with me that i was literally in the middle of doing news and you walked by and i had to stop i've never seen you they usually have handel gets thicky sort of just powers through its it's rare for him to actually say okay i'm ill you with a walker young it's gone god it'd be bad to do an instagram you will do in hills driving me joaquin with waqar yeah end on friday i i don't know how you can finish the show it it was that bad while and does so by dogs than straight after that i was finished the show at ten o'clock by eleven thirty i'm in the er at kaiser why after hour with a chiropractor so anyway i'm back and we'll see if i can make it you'll hear me grunt occasionally because as i move that my normal grunting either i knew i knew a lot of grunting and spitting and will near that sort of thing anyway during the course of the show but today will be a physical with may hurt grunge all right so there is the history of this past weekend over lineout do you now have appropriate medication to take i did not appropriate what i did have a with a give you in the hospital is delighted which is that's a magic drug i mean that is the good stuff and could only be for our administered in the hospital they won't do it any play they want him to do it for you and urging care oh wow where they used to and now you have to go into the r e r.

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"sciatica" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on WTMA

"While fifty on to do that so let's talk about you know how this works um you know one of our our our patience and who heard me on the radio and again she comes in after six months yeo she'd been listening on the radio and she was doc you know i was really just ready for a change in my life you know she doubin spending some time you're taking care of their family member and then she knew nothing for her health but whatever main concerns was in the left side of her foot throughout her leg over last year she'd been suffering with pain and sciatica and louis nothing seemed to help us she'd been through the process of exercise ben through the actor you know things like therapy you name it i'm in she had these concerns to because her family fishery with your hand family history was full of heart problems you'll we sat down with their you know we showed our action x ray you know so we could actually see whether or not this doesn't nervous you could be fixed they're not you know and she has she had discovered you're cannot from pressing the nerves you actually run down into her leg into our foot now remember telling her knee the this was an issue that we could definitely deal with and she's like no he doc she goes can you fix this sciatica you know my response throws maybe different than maybe you think yeah i told her i said will and i said if we can get pressure out this nerve the good news is your body will heal you the only thing that happens is is it just matters how long it takes its only factor we have to deal with you know so and starts under care she starts doing amazing we start changing her foods you know we actually get are actually do some exercise at home naby actually help her with these pensioners in oshii begins at ten these workshops in her office implementing these nutritional changes that we talk about getting we schilling starts with our first three changes that we work with.

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"sciatica" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Problem with walking while that's how you improving if you have a problem walk it if you walk ugandan start walking better that's what you do is practice something or whatever but that's what we as we know it may be a little difficult yeah maybe look the goal i've been through it i've had sciatica in both sides of my legs and i could lay down its can stand up and say what ever position i was in it was painful but i over came that because i knew that i could come in and that's what you have to do a you go through it you learn in something you get in your hair you get stronger mentally and you'll be fine now i'm running again laughter that's the key right there just keep doing it no matter what it feels like right you know you just don't give in indo don't give up and you just keep going and what what monsoon is right because there some days are i walk as some days when i walk i really don't feel like it i really feel i will goodness what if i think about all of the things i could be doing like sitting down or relaxing or whatever but the thing about it when i get halfway through my war i feel great people wonderful a man glad i came out here to day you know and so that's basically what you do keep going mosley g going even though you may not feel like it even though you may have a little bit of a pain even though you may have this keep doing you keep doing it that fans don't go away i can tell you that does you're going to be improved now feel sorry for yourself and don't feel sorry for yourself feel proud and realize your self worth in all of that is because you are worth a lot steel in this life now there are many things that we can do that generations before could not do their thing that i remember people is to have all the riders with a hand with crypto beneath he still have authorized like that maybe they do i don't hear as much of it once did i don't know about all the money all the riders i remember i know this lady who has it in her her in her hands very badly and she lives alone she you.

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"sciatica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Almost i think i talked a couple of years ago and in the last two years have been unbelievable as my first book i wrote that we use when you have a bone spur causes sciatica people in quite opinion really don't tolerate more pain so do the surgery earlier the data shows you operate in the presence of lack of sleep lots of stress inflammation medic high ghost medications etc did you can induce chronic pain is a companies in a surgery up to fifty percent of the time in ten percent of the time that becomes permanent so this spicer in if i didn't realize caucasian rate uh you know 10 20 percent obviously it would not be in business anymore so she told taba chronic pain as a consequence of surgery so as we do the things that the debtor says response to do harm people down and by the way listen on it's been a really unusual is my practice so yeah when we do i do surgery um you know i think the reason why i'm on the show tonight one reason why should talk about is how i about forty percent of a sort of a practice now his from infected spines rum ib drug abuse jeez how does that happen well what happens if it's well first of all probably twothirds of those are from drug abuse go heavens we inject heroin or cocaine in your blood or the other drugs a lot of the times in needles are not sterile so the bacteria gets into your blood and then what happens for instance to end up in the heart valves because his trivia less there so they think it which called can apartheid this those control those can throw caution to the brain and causes co but how it ends up in the spine is that there's a bunch of the play that goes into the spying but it doesn't come out for a while so each disc really has a very poor blood supply so did that curious launching the discus rushed to grow and so he could be petri dish to beautiful place.

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"sciatica" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You hold back on surgeries for as long as you can well required after thirty years and we come out of your come out of training you're on fire and wanna fix world with surgery and then it turns out that every even simpson appreciation of horrible complications and i've seen them all i have had much you're complication i've watch parts of complications in uh i've seen some unbelievably simple operations go sour in a really terrible way with people being paralysed people going blind uh prowess this all sorts of stuff so i don't think any spicer trees lately any more i i've learned that the data shows that when you go through process sees the con governor system first before surgery that's the results are spectacular so surely is indicated if you see a bone spur with sciatica that works whilst the structural problem if you have not specific back pain that doesn't work very well and so you just see very focus on the pathology in the symptoms and then you common ever system down first i now have almost one hundred patients were surgical leeson's accounts with the sugary because your pain went away without the surgery so it's been spectacular as it is actually happened almost i think i talked a couple of years ago and in the last two years have been unbelievable that's my first book i wrote that when you use when you have a bone spur causes sciatica people in quite a opinion really don't tolerate more pain so do this hertie grolier the data shows if you operate in the presence of lack of sleep lots of stress inflammation minute highdose medications etc.

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"sciatica" Discussed on The Point Of It All

The Point Of It All

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on The Point Of It All

"Suzanne phan coups laws awards who in most likely but was more real her sciatica looking right now that probably evidence of male meals due to especially with all the stuff is going on in hollywood now is by quick to believe wishes recognises man of power ago by mrs having the disease alec mi politicians aren't reticent aren't yet our dumb they gotta they gotta be a little bit more like the hindu shiv body body cells inwardly guy highlight other women deaths in your company with certain view enzymes to the same use their power on such amounts right you got a new that has mining which is the kind of verify that unanimity baseless so that way you can buy time accused later met 'using do do whatever drink i urge that about very you know he went deep wounds met how ain't nobody accusing here so he got us out there don't be unit use of these babes run away oh that's about it rose they're not there she sized celebrities you do not hear about which you know that they're willing to listen to her do you own says yeah may is weird with this is need they numbering i don't i don't know what the process is going to be like no i mean outward we're not even talking about us our which online among people power the stuff like that i mean all concerns all was as got the use of lhasa late we don't wanna get charged.

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"sciatica" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"And why i'm choosing randy brown experience factor and i just think as i just think it's too early for the there's this another level that i don't think mickey goal was ready for or is ready for right now and i think it's think that rainy has that power and that size advantage over him and he's not going to be able to overcome that sciatica underground i was going to say size advantage reach advantage you know leg strength mean amine advantage you know mickey gault four no zero ko's you got you got real randy with fifty six percent of its fights endoume ko another 33 percent in this missions so he only goes decision decision only almost little over ten percent of the time i think in this particular case i'm taken a i'm taken ah an upset by taking randy brown which should be the favorite ma'am i just think mickey goes gone a long way during this call outs and good on him but it's not as though think it's going to do this is a good fight for him i think this is the bad me in the match up match matchup forum do you want to james james vic versus joe duffy fight yeah i mean i think this is going to be a great showcase for joe duffy duffy ko easy right there i just think his striking is on another level the only wrist i see is james might be taller than opponents that joe's joe duffy's fire in the past but i think once he gets his timing ray and his distance showed up he's going to end the with a knockout.

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"sciatica" Discussed on Mentoring Moments

Mentoring Moments

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"sciatica" Discussed on Mentoring Moments

"And and and applied to each person that i see what it you can have sciatica and ten other people can have sciatica and each of his each of you have it for a wrong for a totally different reason and so to recommend the same thing for everybody would set you up for failing to get better and so you have to list everybody has their own unique story you have to listen to it you have to put the pieces together for them how did their body get to this point that it is right now and then help them logically systematically in a way that is proactive that they can do for themselves to fix fix themselves such pretty much the way i see it so for our all those women and men who are saying and they say this in all seriousness my polite as instructors a lot of them used to be dan x dancers one was a rock cat that she was in a car accident at you could barely walk and she part of her recovery was through polat ease and then she's released i she's a fabulous polite as an strive me just really understands the body she teaches that nyu now is he's been doing it for like 25 years as i was like your story about a buys her collarbone and working and waking up in his like this is not working that's what happened to her in a different way she was in a car accident and suddenly her life as a rock was over and that she fell in love with bloodies and a lot of my instructors are ex dancers who have dance injuries who found their recovery through potties and i think it's great that as you said number one is sometimes as my mom used to say and i used to roam my eyes but there is some meaning to this when one door closes another door it does open if you're willing to go and let the door open or open at that you have to be willing to see it at open at verses getting stuck in woes me and how could this have happened to me i cannot be new can say being rocket when you're in your 20s and you're flying high literally in your flying high and then suddenly you can't they can't even walk.

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