Understanding the proper biomechanics of flexing forward of the lower spine will help sustain proper spinal health and prevent disc pathologies.


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  1. I have known Rick Kaselj since college. Since then I have gone to Chiropractic college and become a Diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and a Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition. [Check Details Here==>t.co/CQx2dfkLEl ]. As a result, I have come to some important conclusions about how the body works. Hip flexibility, mobility and strength are one of the most important things you can do to keep your overall body healthy. The way we moved thousands of years ago is our natural state, which requires flexible and mobile hips. “Dr Alan Jenks DC DIBAK DABCN”

  2. Are we not adapting anterior pelvic tilt this way pusing the buttock backwards

  3. Its funny the first thing you say is bending to lean over the sink because thats exactly how i completely threw out my back after a few years of medium pain.

  4. Sir I was having backpain from a long time, but now a days if I press my spine in a point it gives me pain. And from yesterday I'm having some pain and burn at the left side of my left leg.
    Can it be sciatica?
    What should I do?
    Please assist me

  5. Hey Doc. Thanks for your videos. I have a situation going on with a nerve on the top of my right foot. I noticed a few weeks ago when I woke up that the toe next to my big toe was numb. That happened every morning for a few days. I then noticed while stretching that as I rubbed my hand over the top of my foot it would feel like my nerve would move. This still happens and I'm unsure what the issue may be. Would you happen to know what could be the problem?

  6. Hi doc, so am I not supposed to bend the lower back forward ever? I'm confused as the advice is conflicting, I have a bulging disc and all the physios have said to me its fine to bend the lower back forward as long as it's not under load otherwise it will become stiff

  7. Is it possible to continue to grow at 17.5 im a little self conscious of my height im on the short side of 5"7
    Great videos btw Doc

  8. Wow thx so much for this info…really useful.

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