Lower Back Pain Relief - Fix 10 Causes of Pain in 1 Week
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Top Secrets Of The Health Rebel for Herniated Disc, Spinal Stenosis, Sciatica...
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Created by Ermin Kreponic
Last updated 8/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Be able to sit, stand, walk and lie, with less or without pain
  • Reduce and eliminate the pain and increase the level of comfort
  • Learn how to relieve back pain without medication
  • Understand what are the major causes of back pain and sciatica
  • Stretch your low back safely and effectively to prevent pain
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Requirements
  • No special equipment or clothing needed
  • Willingness to apply the information given
Description

With the help of a specialist you will be able to learn some back pain causes, symptoms, diagnosis and, most importantly, exercises and helpful relief that will help you to get rid of your pain.

Learn and apply exercises and helping tips that will permanently resolve the pain in the lower back.

  • Explanation and definition of 10 different signs and symptoms that cause pain

  • Exercises for pain relief depending on the type of symptoms

  • Preventive measures that should be practiced on a daily basis

  • Exercises for Strengthening the lower back area

  • Advices for reducing a back pain by proper sitting on a chair, in the office

In this course, I don't just tell you what to do, I show you how to do it. Through this course of 10 lectures you will get familiar with back pain causes, different types of symptoms and diagnosis. This course is very informative, as well as practical. Each part contains detailed explanation of exercises.

Students compliting the course will have the knowledge to self-heal with carefully selected exercises, for precisely defined symptoms.

Regardless of your experience, this course is designed to provide you everything you need to achieve your goal.  Every information is explained very well and clear for anyone no matter of their level of understanding.

Lastly, you will learn some additional exercises for strengthening the lower back and also get some tips how to reduce long-term sitting on the chairs in the office to the minimal load level for your back.

Who is the target audience?
  • People with desk job who sit most of their time like IT specialists, administrative workers and people with similar jobs who has back pain
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Curriculum For This Course
12 Lectures
01:01:29
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10 Types of Back Pain
10 Lectures 48:56

LUMBAR FACET SYNDROME: Signs and symptoms include: low back pain at rest that is relived with motion. Aggravated by lumbar extension and rotation, prolonged sitting, and repetitive movements. Diffuse morning stiffness and sacroiliac pain.

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LUMBAR DISK HERNIATION:  Signs and symptoms of lumbar disk herniation include a history of low back pain and /or leg pain over months or years; muscle guarding, morning stiffness, muscle atrophy and the loss of sensation. Pain increases with forward flexion, coughing, and sneezing. Pain is often relived when recumbent with knees flexed. Extension of back may also relive the pain.
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LUMBAR STRAIN/SPRAIN: Signs and symptoms of lumbar strain or sprain include immediate transitory pain followed by pain-free intervals, which leads to stiffness, spasm, and diminished mobility. Pain ranges from sharp and intense to a dull ache and gnawing. Pain is localized to the lumbosacral region. Frequently, the patient has difficulty rising from a bed or a seated position because of the pain from muscle spasm. The gait is slow and guarded, and posture antalgic.

Lubmar Strain/Sprain
07:36

SCIATICA NEURALGIA: Sciatica Neuralgia signs and symptoms include increased pain and paresthesia along dermatomal patterns of sciatic nerve roots. Antalgic gait is also noted.

Sciatica Neuralgia
04:37

Piriformis Syndrome
04:40

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
06:30

HERNIATED CERVICAL DISK: Herniated cervical disk is characterized by the low-neck pain, which may radiate to the extremities or chest. The pain occurs over trapezius, tip of shoulder, anterior upper arm, hand, and thumb. Exacerbations and remissions are common, with increased pain and duration with each subsequent attack. The pain increases with forward flexion of the neck. This condition is also characterized by severe night pain. Pain may be relived with upright posture and walking. Head may be held in antalgic posture with neutral flexion and deviation away from the side where pain is present. Cervical range of motion is decreased with pain present upon movements in both passive and active range of motion.

Herniated Cervical Disc
04:20

TORTICOLLIS: Torticollis syndrome is characterized by the head tilted to one side or rotated to the other side in a very antalgic position.

Torticollis
02:47

CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY: Cervical radiculopathy signs and symptoms include sites of pain in lateral neck, sub occipital regions, shoulders, and midback region; Decreased ranges of motion in all planes; Possible muscle wasting and weakness of upper limbs. Pain increases with hyperextension or deviation of the head to involved side. The pain is intensified by active or passive range of motion.

Cervical Radiculopathy
03:58

CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS: Cervical spondylosis is characterized by neck pain that may be limited to the posterior neck muscles or may radiate to the occiput, anterior chest wall, shoulders, arms, or hands. Pain may be increased by passive or active movements of the neck. Pain and paresthesia may be distributed along dermatomal patterns over the arms. This condition is also characterized by diminished range of motion of the neck, and associated cervicogenic headaches. Disk degeneration is more common after 40yrs of age but it is a normal part of the aging process. Degenerative changes may lead to vertebra basilar ischemia, ataxia, and vertigo.
Cervical Spondylosis
03:28
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Bonus
2 Lectures 12:33

Bonus Strenght Exercises
10:41
About the Instructor
Ermin Kreponic
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IT Expert

Strongly motivated young IT expert, Linux enthusiast with a passion for troubleshooting network related problems. With an exceptional eye for details and a sense of urgency when it comes down to problem solving.

Skills
- Advanced knowledge of Linux command line
- Installation, configuration and maintenance of servers that run under Unix/Linux type
operating systems
To name a few: DNS, TFTP, FTP, SSH, APACHE, SMTP, VSFTP and some others
- Troubleshooting a wide range of network related problems. Meaning, digging deep for
packets on any given network.
Using one of my favourite tools for capturing and filtering packets on the network, Wireshark,
and resolving end-user issues
- Good understanding of Cisco routers and IOS operating system
- Configuration and implementation of Linux firewall namely Iptables
- Supervision and filtration of network traffic
- Tightening down security and pen testing networks for possible vulnerabilities
- Good knowledge of network gear brands and their strengths or weaknesses
- Preforming system back up
- Fair knowledge of Bash scripting
- equipment installation, upgrades, patches, and configuration.


Personal note:

I do not sleep much, but that is not only because I work hard, rather instead it is
because I enjoy this line of work,
it is extremely rewarding in every way that matters