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Watch Video Exercises at the Spine Center

See our team demonstrate common and vital exercises to maintain during and after a visit session at the Spine Center. Check out and see which exercises are for you.

At SOS Physical Therapy, we utilize the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) as it is a reliable assessment process for musculoskeletal problems, including: back pain, limb/extremities pain, spine pain, sciatica, sacroiliac joint pain, arthritis degenerative disc disease. It is an evidence-based approach that relies on active patient involvement and education. Learn more about the McKenzie Method »


Cervical Retraction



This exercise can be used for neck pain with or without referral of pain into the shoulder blade or arm. This is a pain relieving exercise and when you are performing this exercise you should move to the edge of the pain or just into the pain. This exercise may cause your symptoms to increase, decrease, disappear completely or change location. If the pain is increasing with this exercise then stop the exercise. In order to determine if this is an appropriate exercise for you, you must pay close attention to any changes in your pain intensity or location.

Cervical Retraction and Extension



This exercise can be used for neck pain with or without referral of pain into the shoulder blade or arm. This is a pain relieving exercise and when you are performing this exercise you should move to the edge of the pain or just into the pain. This exercise may cause your symptoms to increase, decrease, disappear completely or change location. If the pain is increasing with this exercise then stop the exercise. In order to determine if this is an appropriate exercise for you, you must pay close attention to any changes in your pain intensity or location.

Lumbar Flexion



This exercise can be used for back pain with or without referral of pain into the buttock, hip or leg. This is a pain relieving exercise and when you are performing this exercise you should move to the edge of the pain or just into the pain. This exercise may cause your symptoms to increase, decrease, disappear completely or change location. If the pain is increasing with this exercise then stop the exercise. In order to determine if this is an appropriate exercise for you, you must pay close attention to any changes in your pain intensity or location.

Lumbar Extension



This exercise can be used for back pain with or without referral of pain into the buttock, hip or leg. This is a pain relieving exercise and when you are performing this exercise you should move to the edge of the pain or just into the pain. This exercise may cause your symptoms to increase, decrease, disappear completely or change location. If the pain is increasing with this exercise then stop the exercise. In order to determine if this is an appropriate exercise for you, you must pay close attention to any changes in your pain intensity or location.

Shoulder Extension



This exercise can be used for shoulder pain. This is a pain relieving exercise and when you are performing this exercise you should move to the edge of the pain or just into the pain. This exercise may cause your symptoms to increase, decrease, disappear completely or change location. If the pain is increasing with this exercise then stop the exercise. In order to determine if this is an appropriate exercise for you, you must pay close attention to any changes in your pain intensity or location.

Shoulder Internal Rotation



This exercise can be used for shoulder pain. This is a pain relieving exercise and when you are performing this exercise you should move to the edge of the pain or just into the pain. This exercise may cause your symptoms to increase, decrease, disappear completely or change location. If the pain is increasing with this exercise then stop the exercise. In order to determine if this is an appropriate exercise for you, you must pay close attention to any changes in your pain intensity or location.

Slouch Overcorrect



This can be used as an exercise or in order to find the correct sitting posture. After completely this exercise in the extreme upright position back off about 10% to find the correct sitting position.


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