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|1/7/2015 9:05:44 AM - Michael
I have a back issue which keeps plaguing me and I do not know how to rehab. It goes back to a high school football injury which was reinjured in basketball and most recently in deadlifting. Now, it gets reinjured every time I squat, notably when my butt winks a little. I don't know what to do. How can this be fixed?
When you consistently reinjure your back I usually will find some soft tissue restrictions causing this issue. I recommend you regularly stretch your hips, hip flexors, quads, hamstrings, calves, and lats. Very few people in my experience are regularly maintaining mobility and taking care of their soft tissue.
You also need to maintain stability. I usw the mcgill three, McGill crunches, bird dogs, and planks to maintain my stability. Once the soft tissue is corrected tye stability work will really help you.
This is assuming you do not have a disc issue of course. The McGill work does help stabilize that also but it is a complication.
I'd also check to see if you can get some art work done. It should be very helpful.
Thomas Deebel D.C.
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