Video Disc Pain

Discogenic pain is typically caused by an asymmetry of the spine repetitively moving into a forward bending positioning through normal activities within our day.  Please see the videos below to help determine if you have symptoms that relate to discogenic pain. 

Over View Of Discogenic Pain

 

Centralization versus Peripheralization phenomenon

 

Stomach Lying

 

Stomach Lying on Elbows

 

 

Prone Pressup

 

 Standing Back Bend

Gentle Standing Mobilizations

Posture monitoring

Please see videos of stretching and strengthening once pain begins to move towards that spine and reduce in intensity. 

As a reminder, information in this section is not to be used in place of medical advice and you should seek medical advice through your medical doctor or rehab specials prior to beginning any activities.