The most fun I ever had getting rid of my joint pain Saturday Strategy
Fly. I'm so limber. Why am I limber and whyam I so fired up today Fitliferé It's the juice baby! Alright Fitlifer. Welcome to anotherexciting episode of this week's Saturday Strategy. I'm so glad you're in my kitchen. Today weremaking a juice recipe with some of my favourite ingredients. Did you know, 20 percent of peoplethat means if you look around you right now, there's five people, that means one of youis dealing with chronic pain. Perhaps you have arthritis, you feel it, you wake up inthe morning, it's hard to get up and just, just like zombies in the park. That's whatpain will do to you. Juice. Juice. I'm not gonna eat somebody's brain or anything. Butpain is bad news. So what do most people doé
did you know 84 percent of americans thatare in pain pop over counter medicine. Does that really help anybodyé What really helpspeople, Apocrasy said it best, 400 BC is that let thy food be thy medicine and let medicinebe thy food. so what kind of juice can we drink to help remedy painé real simple andeasy fitlifer. bring it in. I want to introduce you to my friend, mr. pineapple. Mr. Pineappleis loaded with bromaline. Chikita banana, everyday! Get the banana everyday! drink yourjuice everyday. this is an antiinflammatory, natural agent in pineapple. righté so evenif your inflamed anywhere in your body, you got sinus inflammation. Inflammation in youjoints, in your legs, inflammation in your
lower back. Rewind 3 or 4 years ago, I hadchronic lower back pain. Most of the time when I'm would work, I have to stand up. Becausemy lower back hurts so bad, and I wish, I had this juice recipe then. So, what is thejuice recipeé Pineapple, 4 stalks of celery, Lemon as the alkalizing agent and carrots.Yah. What's up docé Okay. Carrots are really good with inflammation as well. We got 6 carrotshere. We're gonna cut this off. And were gonna drop 'em in the juicer. If you want more naturalremedies, just like this, check out juicewithdrew . on the link below this tutorial. So let'sgon with this recipe. We got pineapple which is about an inch on this thing. We're gonnameasure out. Were gonna cut the edges off.
Some people juice this thing, but I don't.But you can try presses. Oh my God! Nature's candy! You know what to feed your kids insteadof candyé Pineapple. Bad boy on. Were in. You no longer crave for cheeseburgers, cheeses,all the various snacks that out there. Trick your toxic little taste buds. And you actuallylove this juice recipe if you don't know already. Wow! That is absolutely delicious! That'samazing! I just feel so much limber in drinking this. That's some good stuff fitlifer. That'ssome really really good stuff. I want you to try this recipe, this week! Commit to it!Ingredients, carrots, celery, pineapple, a little bit of lemon, Absolutely delicious.Your gonna love it! I know you are. And I
want you to start examining in your life.Why you chooseé And if your having trouble staying committed to an exercise or fitnessprogram, or juicing, or if you purchased the juice with drew system, I want you to startunderstanding, why you do ité Well for me, I wanna live a long long life. I have friendsaround me, and maybe you do as well, that are experiencing things like cancer, heartdisease, And all this other ailments. I don't wanna be like that. So every single day, I'mgonna make my best effort in becoming the best version of myself. And I know if yourwatching the tutorial, you are as well. I know your committed. I know your working hard.And sometimes I fall out the bandwagon. I
have a giant cheeseburger, I mess up. I workoutfor 3 full days in a row and I'm sure there are things you know you should be doing butsometimes, you just fall. But that's ok. I still love yah. I'll still be here for you.Because when totally I say were in this together, I mean it. Here with you. Make this juicerecipe. If your looking for a community, to support you on your mission, on your journeyThat people that will love you, and hold you, will take you to your highest good, I encourageyou with juice with drew system. That's what I'm offering you today. again, remember, werein this together. I'll see you soon! Juice. Drop that. NASA. Were on a space mission todaywith the celery vehicle. Were about to launch
Shoulder Pain Treatment Prevention Rotator Cuff Frozen Shoulder Sock Doc
Hey this is Gangemi and welcome to ournewest Sock Doc tutorial. Today we're going to talk about the shoulder andthe shoulder joint in general. Helping out today is Madison McCarroll.Thanks for joining. Madison's a great rower in the area. The shoulder you know most people think aboutthe shoulder as just like a certain area which it obviously is but it'sreally combined of three joints and three bones. So it's a very dynamic areathat's used to, you know, we use our shoulder all day long. We use it tosupport things, we use it to
lift things, we use it to carry. It's actually one of the most common areasthat people injure and you can injure your shoulder, the shoulder area, inso many different ways. A lot of times people will tear their rotator cuffor sprain or strain their rotator cuff. They will get stuff like tendonitis,bursitis, or perhaps a frozen shoulder is also very common. So theseare some of the things we're going to talk about. So the three joints of the shoulder prettymuch we have a sternoclavicular
joint. Our clavicle is here. That's that bonerunning across the top. People know it as their collarbone. And thejoint here where it hits your sternum which is your breast bone, not goingto talk about really today because there's not a whole lot going on there.The two other joints are going to be our major function, or our majorfocus, because that's where a lot of the injuries occur. First one we're going to talk about is yourAC joint which is also known as your acromioclavicular joint and that's ifyou trace your collarbone to the
outside here you're going to hit a littlebump which is the acromion of your scapula which is your shoulder blade.And then that's where it attaches to your clavicle which is your collarbone. Now if you come down just on the inside there,so you find that dip on the end of your collarbone and then dip rightdown, you have what's called your coracoid process. Now this AC joint is very,very important to understand because it's where people get things likea frozen shoulder. And they can also get generalized shoulder pain if thisjoint is not moving properly.
So a frozen shoulder is basically if you cannotlift your arm, a lot of people can't lift it at all, or especiallyabove parallel. So if you can't lift your arm anywhere over your shoulderor if you can't do it freely without pain a lot of people are diagnosedas a frozen shoulder. But again, especially if you can't even just move itat all. Typically it's because the AC joint is locking up. Three major muscles going there. You've gotone of your pec muscles, your pec minor, which comes up from your chestand inserts into that coracoid
process. We also have your biceps, one ofyour biceps, the short heavier biceps that has to do with this, obviouslycurling, flexion of the arm. That pec minor is more of an across the body,especially with your palm up, type motion. It supports a lot of the ribmuscles. And then also a very important muscle calledyour coracobrachialis. Now this muscle we kind of associate when someonehas pain if they say are washing or combing your hair, like so. Andyour shoulder hurts even just doing that, not necessarily if you have afrozen shoulder but if just you
Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Trigger Points Treatments Animation
Myofascial pain syndrome is a common chronicpain disorder that can affect various parts of the body. Myofascial pain syndrome is characterizedby presence of hyperirritable spots located in skeletal muscle called trigger points.A trigger point can be felt as a band or a nodule of muscle with harder than normal consistency.Palpation of trigger points may elicit pain in a different area of the body. This is calledreferred pain. Referred pain makes diagnosis difficult as the pain mimics symptoms of morewellknown common conditions. For example, trigger point related pain in the head andneck region may manifest as tension headache, temporomandibular joint pain, eye pain, ortinnitus.
Symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome includeregional, persistent pain, commonly associated with limited range of motion of the affectedmuscle. The pain is most frequently found in the head, neck, shoulders, extremities,and lower back. Trigger points are developed as a result ofmuscle injury. This can be acute trauma caused by sport injury, accident, or chronic muscleoveruse brought by repetitive occupational activities, emotional stress or poor posture.A trigger point is composed of many contraction knots where individual muscle fibers contractand cannot relax. These fibers make the muscle shorter and constitute a taut band a groupof tense muscle fibers extending from the
trigger point to muscle attachment. The sustainedcontraction of muscle sarcomeres compresses local blood supply, resulting in energy shortageof the area. This metabolic crisis activates pain receptors, generating a regional painpattern that follows a specific nerve passage. The pain patterns are therefore consistentand are well documented for various muscles. Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome aimsto release trigger points and return the affected muscle to original length and strength. Commontreatment options include: Manual therapy, such as massage, involvesapplication of certain amount of pressure to release trigger points. The outcome ofmanual therapy strongly depends on the skill
level of the therapist. The Spray and Stretch technique makes use of a vapor coolant to quickly decrease skintemperature while passively stretching the target muscle. A sudden drop in skin temperatureprovides a pain relief effect, allowing the muscle to fully stretch, and thus releasingthe trigger points. Trigger point injections with saline, localanesthetics or steroids are well accepted as effective treatments for myofascial triggerpoints. Dry needling insertion of a needle withoutinjecting any solution is reported to be as effective as injections.