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Tamagutchi wrote:I was at the PT the other day and they put me in "Traction". Seemed to help. Have also been doing various stretches and walking and rebounding a lot. Not totally gone but improving.
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It is Americas newest treatment since controlling pain killers. Have you tried THE RACK yet Bruv ? It is fantastic pain relief and makes your feel wonderful at the same time.
Or so I was told too.
I experience little relief and often felt worse.
We use it because we are told IT WORKS !
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whitebelt wrote:It is Americas newest treatment since controlling pain killers. Have you tried THE RACK yet Bruv ?
It is Americas newest treatment since controlling pain killers. Have you tried THE RACK yet Bruv ?
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wanderer wrote:Bruv's just jealous ,he tried traction , couldn't handle the pain and so went back to his trusty built up shoes.
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BigBruvOfEngIandUK wrote:whitebelt wrote:It is Americas newest treatment since controlling pain killers. Have you tried THE RACK yet Bruv ?I don't have either sciatica or piriformis syndrome. I had sciatica and tight psoas muscles years ago got rid of the problems years ago and without stretching or "THE RACK" (whatever that is?), m8
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Q: I've got a question from a friend of mine who does not use the internet very often: He follows your videos and teachings and is himself a life-long exercise enthusiast now at the age of 64.
He is having trouble with his sciatic nerve and was wondering what exercises you might recommend for to help with this problem. Thank you in advance. Any advice would be helpful.
A: The Crawl Like a Baby... video series is what I recommend for all clients with these issues.
Additionally these two beneficial movements:
1) Static bird-dog position mixed in with crawling
2) Static hanging from the bar in a totally relaxed fashion -- not trying to retract shoulder blades, but allowing gravity to assist the body in aligning the spine.
Your friend might enjoy following Eileen Berlin on youtube while she practices the baby training movements under my cyber-eye for for a twelve-week program before my presentation at the Perform Better Mobility Summit in Cologne Germany next March.
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