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How to give back-care to the patient?

Back pain is a companion that we can’t wait to shake off. It is the equivalent of a sad dog following you around everywhere and bringing down your productivity in specific and spirits in general. #Care24 has always believed in the quality of Care. Purpose of this video is to make sure that whenever you are helping your patient, it is being done in the right way. There are 5 Spets in Back Care -Circulation -Compression -Tapping -Vibration -Kneading These steps provide back care to every patient to prevent bed sore.
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Fundamental of Nursing Procedures Topic : Back Care

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How to Give a Lumbar Spinal Massage | Shiatsu Massage

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Shiatsu for the lumbar spine. First of all, to just talk a little bit about what the lumbar spine is. That is the curve in the low back that balances the upper back, which curves the opposite way, as well as the tailbone, which curves that way. So when someone says sit up straight, it's actually kind of a misconception because the spine should actually never been straight.

We should always have that lumbar curve and then a little curve in the upper back, and then the neck. It's like a snake, back and forth. The lumbar spine is right here. When you are laying face down, it should be a nice C-curve moving up, like this. Often, when we experience pain in the lumbar spine, it's because we are using this as a joint and bending from there. To work on the lumbar spine, it's really important to send some gentle pressure down into the floor, but also, more importantly, is to elongate this area, because it gets very compressed.

What I'm going to do to do that is just place one hand just below the lumbar spine, and one above. I'm just going to send some pressure up and down, little bit of traction here. This is a great way, I'm just moving my body side to side as you can see, just to stretch out that area which gets compressed. Then I can also just work some pressure into one side of the lumbar spine, and the other.

Now I'm going to move to the head, and I'm going to send my weight forward towards her heels, either palm on each side of the sacrum, and as I move forward like this, you can see the motion transfer into her heels, just leaning forward.

This gives a really great stretch and release to the lumbar spine. I can stay there for about five seconds or so, and then come back. To finish, just a gentle rocking to release this area here. Then I might just finish by placing two hands on either side here. This is also a great way to re-energize the body by sending energy into the kidneys, which are just over the lumbar spine. Then finishing. So, there you have some techniques to work on the lumbar spine.
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Back Care - पीठ की देखभाल - Nursing Assistant Course

नर्सिंग सहायक कोर्स आज का विषय – Back Care (पीठ की देखभाल)

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3) Patients position during Back Care
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Back Care In Nursing

Basics of Back Care. Standard Procedure to do Back Care.

Patient with Back Pain who requests an MRI

The patient presents with extreme back pain and spasms and requests an MRI for more information. The physician explains there are no red flags for serious back problems in the routine screening and instead recommends conservative treatments. The physician explains the potential side effects of unnecessary MRI's.

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Pregnancy massage for back pain

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Severe Lower Back Pain Gone After 1 Adjustment At Advanced Chiropractic Relief

Severe Lower Back Pain Gone After 1 Adjustment At Advanced Chiropractic Relief by Your Houston Chiropractor Dr. Gregory Johnson of Advanced Chiropractic Relief LLC in Houston Texas. This patient drove 3 hours to Houston from Waco Texas because he had not gotten any relief from other healthcare providers, MD's and DC's alike. Dr Johnson Provides His Patients with Personalized examinations, UNIQUE, safe and effective Chiropractic Adjustments, Therapeutic Exercises, Manual Therapy, BioPhysics Adjustments, Full Spine Manual Spinal Decompression,Ring Dinger to give people the ultimate experience in Chiropractic Care, Please call (281) 405-2611 or visit us online at for an appointment. There is a reason we're called Advanced Chiropractic Relief LLC so find out for yourself why so many people are choosing Your Houston Chiropractor Dr. Gregory Johnson at Advanced Chiropractic Relief LLC located at 363 N Sam Houston Pkwy E Suite 1060 Houston Texas 77060. We look forward to helping you with your Chiropractic needs at Advanced Chiropractic Relief in Houston Texas. We'll see y'all soon!!!
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How to Give a Lower Back Massage | Shiatsu Massage

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Shiatsu is great for the lower back, as it is for the whole spine. But in particular, the lower back is an area of the spine that we have to be really careful not to use as a joint. It's the area of the spine that is shaped like a C-curve here, and we often bend from it, which causes a lot of tension in the low back. To relieve that tension that might be accumulated, or just to balance out that area of the spine in general, we're just going to do some rocking here. I'm cupping just the front of my fingers and the base of my palm here on either side of the spine, and this just really helps to relieve any built-up tension in the low back.

Another great thing to do is come to the head here and give a little bit of a torsion. I'm going to just lean my body weight down through that curve in the low back, and I'm just going to hold here. This is giving a nice stretch and release to that lumbar spine which composes the low back, then releasing that.

Another great thing to do is a little stretch. The psoas muscle, which connects the low back to the front of the hips, is a contributing factor to low back discomfort.

So, we are going to do a little stretch here by bringing in both the feet. I'm just going to place my knee perpendicular to her body, and then I'm going to take both my hands and just give a little downward motion through the low back as I stretch the feet in. That is a nice stretch for the front of the hips, which helps to relieve the low back as well. So, releasing the legs.

Another thing that's great to do is a cupping action, bringing the hands together like this, and placing them over the lumbar spine here. Then I'm just going to do a little squeezing in towards the spine. I can do a little rocking here, too. If you just notice that I'm keeping my own spine really long and in alignment as I work rather than doing this, so that I don't get low back pain as I'm working.

It's really important to think of my head moving out, and my tail moving towards that wall as I work on the giver's low back. So great to place to focus energy on, to balance, for the whole spine, and really for the whole body's alignment, is the low back.

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Back Pain Tips from a Physical Therapist

Matthew Randall, PT, DPT, discusses low back pain and some of its causes. Physical therapists examine and evaluate a person thoroughly to determine the cause of pain and design an individualized treatment plan. To find a physical therapist near you, visit

How to Relieve Back Pain | Reflexology

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So if you want to use reflexology for back pain you're gonna want to focus on spinal reflexes. So we'll start there; so you actually don't have to move the other foot up but just for our purposes you could see this medial aspect; usually the person can sit with both their feet in front of you. So the spinal reflex is just from here all the way down this side of the foot. So we are gonna start at the base and we're gonna work our way all the way up. Depending on where the pain is in the back you might wanna stop and give a little more attention to either where you're feeling a little change in that tissue texture or if they've indicated they have lot of pain around their cervical area or their mid back or their lower back. And you'll just either stay there a little longer or you can work that area from different vantage points. So here we're just doing thumb walking, taking little bites, all the way up this medial aspect of the foot, right up here getting into the cervical spine reflex and actually go all the way up; I'll go past the very top and into what are brain reflexes just on the great toe. If you really want to give a lot of focus to that area, you could start at the top and go back down again; there is certainly no reason why you can't do that a couple of times. And if you also want to, like I was saying if someone's having mid-back pain you can give a little more attention to the mid-area, you could actually, using your thumb or your fingers, you could do a little walking across the reflex point, you go there and then maybe move down and go across again. You'll wanna do that bilaterally, so you'll wanna do both feet, you do the other side. You can also give some attention to the legs and the lower legs and so it'll be right, this is the fifth metatarsal here and this is the base, this is the calcaneous, that heel bone and right in between there is the knee and hip reflex. It actually goes back here to some of the hip reflexes; it can be really intense; you wanna check in with your person; if they start to pull away, definitely ease up. We could do a little bit of finger walking in there. And then the last point will just be a solar plexus hold. So with your thumbs at the diaphragm line we'll come across through here, find the point; you just lean forward into there and that's it; that'll be the protocol if someone is experiencing some sort of back pain anywhere along their spine.

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How to Massage Your Own Back- (Low Back Pain & Mid-Back Pain)

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Back Pain Relief Exercises & Stretches - Ask Doctor Jo

These back pain stretches and exercises are for general back pain like soreness from overworking your back or if you've pulled a muscle. If you know your specific back pain diagnosis, can check out the back pain section of my website for more specific exercises and stretches. See Doctor Jo’s blog post about this at:

The first stretch is called the pelvic tilt. You will roll back onto your back with your knees bent. You want to imagine pushing your belly button into the ground, or push your back flat onto the ground like you are squishing something. You can put your hand under the curve of your back, and try to push your back into your hand. Make sure you are breathing and not holding your breath while doing these exercises.

Next you will do a bridge. Push your bottom up off the ground, but try to do this slowly, and do one segment of your back at a time curling upward. Then slowly go down the same way, one segment at a time.

Now you will do a single knee to chest stretch, bend one knee and bring your leg up to your chest as far as you comfortably can. Hold this for 30 seconds and do it three times on each side. Next, bring both knees to your chest, and hold it for 30 seconds doing it three times. This is called a double knee to chest stretch.

Then try some gentle trunk rotation stretches on your back with your knees bent in hooklying. Gently rotate your bent legs from side to side. You can hold them on each side for 3-5 seconds or you can continuously rotate them back and forth. Again, try to keep your lower back on the ground. You can start off with 10 and work your way up to 20-25.

The next stretch is the prayer stretch. Bring your butt back onto your heels, and keep your arms straight out. Relax your head down to the ground. Hold it for 30 seconds, and do it three times.

Finally, you will do a combination move where you start in a plank position, and go into an upward dog yoga position. Hold that for 3-5 seconds, and then make a smooth transition into a downward dog position. You can go through this motion 3-5 times.

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6 Absolute Best Exercises for Low Back Pain | SIJ , Facet Syndrome Mobilisation , Lumbar Pain

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