1. Figure 4 and Piriformis Stretches


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    This is a video showing 2 very effective stretches for sciatica, buttock pain and low back pain.

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    • Abdominal Fascial Column Release - Erik Dalton


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      Enhance skills, boost referrals, help clients. Click: http://erikdalton.com/products/home-study/ for YouTube discounts. Enter code db10 at checkout and save 10% on all Dalton Home Study Courses... Get Certified Now Erik treats a patient with a short leg and pelvic pain. Deep tissue diagonal diaphragm techniques may help those with chronic hip, knee, ankle, low back and SI joint pain. Add this myofascial release to your massage and bodywork practice. Click this link and download your Free "Forward Head" poster. Sign up for our technique newsletter, order a home study course, and become a "Certified Myoskeletal Therapist"...thanks http://erikdalton.com

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      • High Tech Targeting of Low Back Pain


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        The sacroiliac or SI joints connect the spine to the pelvis, and are frequently the source of a great deal of pain in the lower back and thighs. Targeting them for treatment is going high tech, with new tools fine-tuned for this location. Using radio frequency to eviscerate sensory nerves is used as a last resort to alleviate chronic nerve pain in various parts of the body, but this area presented a challenge. “People have been trying to ablate the nerves for 20-30 years. They’ve known which nerves supply the sacroiliac joint. But the traditional radio frequency burn makes such a small lesion that there all these fingers branches that come off the joint and you really need to get them all,” says Dr. Andrew Gross, interventional pain specialist on Lee Memorial Health System’s medical staff. Targeting these joints took a different approach, because of the finger-like branches that extend from them. To come up with a solution that would mean finding a way to affect as many nerves as possible, without damaging surrounding tissue. Using a bipolar delivery technique is one way to accomplish that. “You position needles facing each other and actually create a current that flows up and down the joint and it actually creates a strip that burns off all those little nerve endings and will actually basically really make that block of taking out all those nerves,” says Dr. Gross. Results don’t last a lifetime while these nerves are damaged they may grow back. But patients can expect their pain to drastically diminish for several years. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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        • Sacroiliac (si) Joint - Cryoball Exercise 9


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          http://cryoball.com/sacroiliac-si-joint/ The Cryoball can treat pain and inflammation in the Sacroiliac Joint. Movement of the SI Joint tends to be limited because it provides stability to allow humans to walk upright. Pain or inflammation can make it impossible to move. Any injury here is referred to as SI joint syndrome. The injury can come from a motor vehicle accident, a direct fall on the buttocks, or even a blow to the side of your pelvis. To treat the SI joint place the ball on the bed. Lay down with the cryoball right on your sore spot with the knee bent. Straighten the leg to help mobilize the joint. Bring the knee up to stretch. This allows for pressure on the trigger point.

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          • SI joint pain series 4


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            • SI joint pain series 3


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              • SI joint pain series 2


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