During my studies, I stumbled upon a video series all about the possible causes of lower back pain, in layman terms. Since it’s such a common topic and ailment, I thought I would share. If you suffer from chronic or even occasional lower back pain, these are worth your time.
Dr. Emil DiIorio illustrates the anatomy of your lower back with simple drawings and easy to understand explanations. Learn how the components of your back work together and how they can be disrupted – causing pain.
Dr. Brian Goldberg and Dr. J. Kooch explain how muscular back injuries occur and what the symptoms feel like. They will show you how muscular back injuries are evaluated. Finally, they’ll reveal what simple measures you can perform to treat and eliminate your pain.
Dr. J. Kooch explains how facet joint injuries cause back pain and learn how he evaluates for type of problem. You can also see what treatment options are available to alleviate your pain.
Dr. Brian Goldberg explains what causes sacroiliac joint dysfunction, how he physically evaluates patients, and what treatment options are available to combat this type of pain.
Dr. Emil DiIorio reviews the many ways you can prevent and protect your low back from pain.
Part 5 is a repeat of the first video – I think it may be a mistake.
Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is a very common type of back pain. Dr. Steve Mazza explains how DDD occurs and what activities cause this type of pain. Watch how he evaluates a patient and diagnoses degenerative disc disease. Find out what role Imaging studies play in the diagnosis of this condition. Dr. Mazza reviews the treatment options available for DDD.
Sciatica is a frequent complaint commonly associated with a radiating pain down the leg. Dr. Scott Stoll explains the primary causes of sciatica and how the symptoms of sciatica affect your normal life. Find out what sciatica treatment options are best for you.
Spinal Stenosis causes symptoms similar to other back problems. Dr. Mazza and Dr. Stoll teach you how to identify your symptoms. They’ll explain what role Imaging studies ply in identifying stenosis and what options are available to treat your back pain. Dr. Emil DiIorio explains how to protect your back and prevent future back pain.
I think it’s so important to pay attention to our pain. It’s usually telling us something important.
These videos may help you make the decision to see your doctor.
ALL OF THESE VIDEOS CAN BE FOUND ON COORDINATED HEALTH TV ON YOUTUBE.