Various back questions
by Ola Löfberg
Hello, I've read your "Back sufferers' bible" and come up with a couple of questions:
1. I understand that spinal rolling can be good for stiff sements, but why do you recommend that (or any mobilizing) as a treatment for segmental instability? Wouldn't that just make the segment more instable?
(I'm cautionously suspecting that what I got as a 5-years-post-disc-prolapse, from information I've gathered)
2. How do I begin with spinalrolling when my lower back is like a rod? (It's like rolling a cube)
3. Can a delaminated disc relaminate given time and good treatment? I know my MR shows my, originally big, prolapse, now quite back as it were (with the exception of dehydration an slight less height)
4. To get back to proper sitting: should you train little by little, although you feel discomfort and musclespasm starts to set in after 10min, OR should you avoid sitting as much as possible until you are so good so you can do 25min directly?
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