2 Standing Best Exercise For L4 L5 Disc Bulge Exercises L5 S1 Disc Exercises by Dr Walter Salubro

Back pain with L4 L5 disc bulge. Leg pain with L4 l5 disc bulge or even L5
S1 disc bulge. Shooting pain down the leg, numbing, tingling
in the legs. These are symptoms that are associated with
disc bulges either at L4 L5 or L5 S1 areas of the spine. They can be debilitating. They can be aggravating and totally decreased
quality of life, function, and of course cause a lot of pain. Hi Everyone, this is Dr. Walter Salubro and
in this video I’m goint to teach you two standing exercises to relieve symptoms associated with
L4 L5 disc bulge or L5 S1 disc bulge. Check this out, follow me. Helping you relieve pain, conquer stress,
and supercharge your health, the chiropractic way. And before I show you these two standing exercises
for relieve L4 L5 disc bulge symptoms or L5 S1 disc bulge symptoms, be sure to subscribe
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it’s spinal pain or disc pain or nerve pain. Okay. Exercise number one is back extension standing. Take your hands, put them on your waist just
to support yourself and you’re going to stand back like this as far as you can without causing
aggravation in your back or any leg symptoms. And what that does is it opens up the space
where the discs are and relieve any pressure from any compression of this being squished
down in that flex position. So extend, hold for one to two seconds, repeat
that to five to ten times. Now, before I show you the next exercise,
the key thing with any exercises is never ever do them if they cause an aggravation
of back pain or leg symptoms. Only do exercises within your tolerance. Okay, exercise number two. Also in the standing position, it’s a pelvic
tilt exercises. And some of my other videos I showed this
exercise seated but can also be done standing. So again, you’re standing, I like to put my
hands on my pelvis over here and you are going to arch your back, round your back, arch your
back, round your back. But looks like that. Arch your back, round your back, arch your
back, round your back. This is a complete pelvic rhythmic coordination
exercise. What it does is it helps to mobilize fluid
into the disc, bring more health and nutrients and vitality to that disc and also decrease
irritation and pressure with that mobilization. So it was a very, very effective exercise. It can be done seated. Check my videos to see the see the seated
pelvic exercise or it can be done standing. Just this again, so pelvic tilting, it’s all
pelvic motion. So there we go to exercises that can be done
standing to help relieve back pain pressure or discomfort or leg pressure comfort because
of L4 L5 disc bulge or L5 S1 disc bulge. So hope you found those two standing disc
bulge exercises for L4 L5 disc bulge and L5 S1 disc bulge useful. And if you like this, click the like button,
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comments below. I do my best to answer questions. This is Dr. Walter Salubro and I’ll catch
you on the next video. To learn more about how corrective chiropractic
care at Back To Health Chiropractic Centre can help you with your chronic pain problem. Visit www.iBTHCC.com. Back Health Chiropractic Centre is located
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28 Replies to “2 Standing Best Exercise For L4 L5 Disc Bulge Exercises L5 S1 Disc Exercises by Dr Walter Salubro”

  1. Hi Dr. , I have l5 s1 disc bulge which is minor. And the symptoms are numbness in leg once in a while. How much time it takes to heal fully, Can I regain the same strength after healing ?

  2. hello sir..i have some doubt,i have l4 l5 disc bulge but it is minor.At now i'm suffering from sciatica pain in my right leg in last 3 months .I am doing all the exercises regularly ,but the pain is still coming WHY??

  3. Does numbness in the leg go away with exercises? I feel numbness in my leg due L5 S1 disc diffusion bulge and S1 S2 nerve root compression. Please help… My doctor told me to take complete bed rest for 21 days and medication….. Then wear a belt for 3 months if the pain doesn't reduce , surgery … My pain has reduced about 70% except numbness in the leg….. I am not willing for surgery please help…. Your advice will be much appreciated.

  4. Hi Dr, this is the result of my MRI, been suffering for this for almost 5mos, i'm 20y/o and too young for this.

    L5-S1 narrowed disc height, disc desiccation and asymmetric disc bulge to the left causing mild spinal canal narrowing, left lateral recess effacement and mild to moderate left neural canal narrowing. There is compression of the left descending nerve root. Scierotic changes(modic III) In the apposing endplates

    What advise can you give to me to recover from this injury in a span of time? Thankyoouuu

  5. Hi Dr. Salubro- a recent MRI showed L4-L5-Broad-based disc bulge. My current Dr. doesn't think this is the cause of my symptoms which include tingling, numbness and weakness in my legs specifically the left leg. Could a bulging disc cause these symptoms. A compressed nerve was not noted. Thanks!

  6. I have the vertebra bent that is due to working for long hrs.( computers) I start getting pain when I sit or sleep for a few hrs. It is very irritating kindly help

  7. The 1st exercise was cautioned stating it might trigger a condition known as anterior pelvic tilt. Wondering if we should perform this ?

  8. Sir may name is Kabir Ahmed I am 43 years old men.Sir I do not have slip disc behind the back pain of L4,L5,S1,I force strength so nin is caught and pain, when the hands are heard, it is difficult to sir up, there is a lot of back pain nin pain even after having sex, back pain workout and, tell the home remedies how to use,how to use food also tell the method of making the medicines in the home

  9. Thank you for the video yes it's very useful I am definitely in a debilitated situation with my back my leg doesn't work my foot is numb my leg is numb and I'm in a lot of pain it just seems like I'm taking one round of meds after the next

  10. Sir I have Disc Bulges in L3'L4 ,L5 and L5 S1
    I have two questions
    1. I have done more than 5 injections in 10 years and im 44years old my job sitting and standing very easy job
    What exercise pls recommend?
    2. I want to see you and take further treatment from you,I live in London
    Please need full address

  11. Am having a l4,l5,s1 disc bulge and a partial acl tear on my right knee…am a badminton player…can you please help me to recover?

  12. Which of the exercise of your video are more suitable for me? Male 70 years. Since three months I have severe intermittent pain in left leg calf area. Cat Scan report says" At L4-5 there is a mederate concentric bulging of the annulus, with no focal discc herniation. There are moderate hypertrophic degenerative changes in the facet joints. As a result of these changes, there is severe central spine stenosis. At L5-S1, the intervertebral disc is unremarkable. Moderate bilateral facet osteoartheritis is present. The spinal canal and neural foramina are well maintained". Thank you

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