4 ADVANCE Core Strengthening Exercises | L4 L5 Disc Bulge Exercises | Dr Walter Salubro

4 ADVANCE Core Strengthening Exercises | L4 L5 Disc Bulge Exercises | Dr Walter Salubro


For someone that’s been diagnosed with
an L4 L5 disc bulge or L5 S1 disc bulge or disc degeneration, the lower back or lumbar spine or
someone that’s had chronic back problems, recurring back pain, doing
core exercises is a very, very important part of the reehabilitation
process for strengthening the back and also for preventing recurring
injury in the future. So in this video, I want to give you four, four advanced exercises to
help strengthen the core, especially for someone that’s been with
the chronic low back condition or a chronic disc condition like an L4 L5 disc
bulge four L five disc bulge or L5 S1 disc bulge. Also good for
conditions like sciatica, anything that relates to the lower back
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Hey there, it’s Dr. Walter Salubro I’m a corrective care chiropractor
in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. My office is called Back To Health
Chiropractic Centre and we focus on doing corrective chiropractic care. We apply corrective methods to help
restore spinal alignment and postural displacements. And this helps a lot of people that have
had a diagnoses related to chronic back problems or chronic back pains or sciatica
or disc complaints and other postural disorders or dsplacements
related to the back or the spine. And if you’ve seen my previous video
on core strengthening exercises where I showed four great beginner
core strengthening exercises
for anyone that’s had a lower back condition, like
a disc bulge condition, whether it’s L4 L5 disc
bulge or L5 S1 disc bulge or even other low back conditions, things related to leg pain
and sciatica and so forth. I’ll put it up here in
the card right there. And in the description
below in this video. What I want to give you is the
second sequence to these exercises. So it’s going to be four advanced
core strengthening exercises to help strengthen and stabilize the
lower back and core section. Now why is that important? Because the core is your abdominal
muscles and your lower back muscles. What, when they’re strengthen,
when they’re stabilized, it can help to prevent recurring
back problems in the future. Recurring injuries. How does that happen? So when someone has a weak core
or has a chronic back pain, a back problem or a back
condition, let’s see, you’re bending forward to tie your
shoelace, something very simple, or you bend forward to pick up a small
little light object on the floor and you throw your back out. Well, those, that’s the core stability part of your
spine and back that wasn’t able to support you properly and triggered a
pain problem or a pain response or an inflammatory response or an
injury in the lower back. So strengthen the core is very, very
important. When it comes to core, a couple of things you need to
know before I get into the exercise demonstrations, is when to do them. So, people get this wrong often and sometimes
it’s not their fault because they’re told this through their therapy therapist
or doctor to get right into core strengthening right at the beginning of
treatment protocols or rehabilitation protocols. I like to start off with mobility work
first and stretching as we are doing the corrective methods and chiropractic
adjustments in our office. And then once we get good spinal
stability and spinal function and proper alignment of the, of the spine
and, and the posture as well, then we start to add the core
strengthening exercises later on. So we want to begin to
correct posture, the frame, so your body posture and
also spinal alignment. And then we start adding the
strengthening core exercises afterwards. So it’s very, very important. Okay. That can be done once a day or even
twice a day. If it’s twice a day, can be in the morning and afternoon or
evening if it’s once they can be at, at, at a time that’s convenient for you,
whether it’s in the morning or evening. Okay? So let me get into these
four demonstrations right now. Make sure you stay tuned until
the end to watch all four. I’m going to show full plank.
I’m going to show bird dog. I’m going to show that dead bug and also
squat very, very important exercises. So let’s get started right now. Great. I hope you enjoyed that. And,
uh, if you’re able to follow with it. And we, I, I love to put
out these kinds of videos, people find them very useful.
If you found this useful, please let me know in the comments below. Share this with your
therapist or your doctor. See how it can be plugged into
your program of care and always do, exercises with the approval or the go ahead of your
of your actual therapists and doctor. It’s very important not to do any
exercises when there’s pain during the exercise or after. So being a proper
candidate for exercise is very, very important. So a qualified doctor and therapist
will help guide you through that. So if you enjoyed this and if
I, if you have any questions, leave me a question in the comments below. Let me know which exercise
you like the best, whether it was the dead bug or
whether it was the bird dog. And, also subscribe to this
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videos that I put out very regularly. This Dr. Walter Salubro, chiropractor
here in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. And I’ll see you on the next video. To learn more about how corrective
carpet care back to health chiropractic center can help you with your
chronic pain problem. Visit www.ibthcc.com Back To Health Chiropractic
Centre located at 20 Cranston Park Avenue number six,
Vaughan, Ontario L6A 2W2