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August 24, 2016
Let’s look at lower back exercises.
If you have something specific going on with your back let me know. But, if it’s just general low back strengthening and health I put out a series of 4 videos that I highly recommend:
Do them in this order one after the other. If you need further help or a more specific issue just let me know.
Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT
August 25, 2016
great work-outs! Love to include this one in my warm-up session before a round of golf.
Constantly watching your videos, as the exercises are aiming at better flexibility and strength to be able to go 18 holes well prepared.
Just keep on going like that.
Thanks for the kind words… glad you’re adding this to your repertoire.
Great stretches. I have had spinal fusion from s1 to L4. I often get pretty sore in my SI joint. Do these hip mobility exercises help with SI pain?
Thanks so much
Yes. That 90/90 stretch I did in the video with the 3 variations (push the knee, pull the opposite knee and pull the physioball) are gold standards for SI rehab. Making sure your hips and thoracic spine stay flexible and healthy is a MUST for you given your fusion.
Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT
These are great stretches, thanks, Jeremy. I’m looking for ways to loosen up prior to my round. The ‘Heismans’ can be done there easily enough and you’ve previously shown us a standing version of the 90-90 stretch.
Do you have any thoughts on doing the ‘Hip Circles’ in a standing position? I’ve tried it starting the leg backwards, bending the knee and bringing it up and round, as if over a low wall and it seems to give a similar feel to the all-fours version. Does that sound reasonable to you?
Absolutely! Hip Circles in the standing position are a wonderful idea. Try clockwise and counterclockwise.
August 27, 2016
Great exercises! Keep ‘EM coming. I about about to get a new hip this week and this set of exercises will be perfect therapy…after a while.
August 29, 2016
All the best with the surgery this week. Here’s to a speedy and healthy recovery!
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