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4 Ways to Relieve Mid Back Pain (Thoracic Pain) FAST

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  • 4 Ways to Relieve Mid Back Pain FAST

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    Here are 4 recommendations I give in the clinic for relieving mid back pain. Also, here are the tools I used in the video: Bands: Massage Gun:

    0:00 Intro
    0:20 Exercise #1
    1:12 Exercise #2
    2:07 Exercise #3
    2:55 Treatment #4

    The term “mid-back” refers to the general area where your shoulder blades meet. Oftentimes, if you have mid-back pain, you may feel a lot of tightness along your paraspinal muscles, which are the muscles on either side of your spine. Other common sore spots include the rhomboid or middle trapezius between your shoulder blades.

    Mid-back pain is usually a musculoskeletal issue. Your pain may indicate a muscle strain, irritation at one of the facet joints in the back, a broken rib, or even a herniated disc at the thoracic spine. So if you feel numbness or tingling in your back or radiating symptoms when you cough or sneeze, consult your doctor or PT.

    Severe cases aside, there are many causes for mid-back pain. Yours could be the result of consistent poor posture or the response to a small trauma, such as a fall. Or, maybe you’ve overworked your back and strained the muscles. A little bit of each of these factors is a sure recipe for mid-back pain!

    Treating your mid-back pain
    Mid-back pain is hard to reach, but it’s not necessarily hard to treat. First, if you can pinpoint the activity or habits that cause your pain, try to avoid them. You don’t want to worsen the problem and cause further pain.

    However, rest isn’t a remedy by itself. You need to keep moving well – that’s what physical therapy is for. The right movements can help relieve pain, while proper stretches and exercises can help you overcome and even prevent future recurrences.

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  • Mid-Back Or Thoracic Pain! How To Crack Your Back In 20 Seconds To Stop It

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  • Single Best Treatment for Mid-Back or Thoracic Pain

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  • 3 Simple Stretches Upper to Mid-Back

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    3 Simple Stretches Upper to Mid-Back (Thoracic Spine)

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  • Thoracic Spine Pain | Upper Back Exercises From A Physical Therapist

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    Six of the best stretches and exercises to decrease pain and tension in your upper back. Thoracic self-mobilization techniques and strength training exercises to help eliminate your back pain and help you feel better. Tips and advice from a doctor of physical therapy.

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    WHAT CAUSES UPPER BACK PAIN?

    There are many potential sources of upper back pain. In my professional experience, the three most-common causes of thoracic spine pain are joint inflammation, rib dysfunction, and muscle strain/knots. Again - there are many more potential causes than this, but these are the three that I encounter the most often in my physical therapy clinic. Fortunately, there’s a lot that the right stretches and strengthening exercises can do to alleviate your pain and symptoms in your upper back.

    STABILITY VS MOBILITY

    When we are talking about joints of the body (and especially joints of the spine) there’s one key principle that often dictates rehabilitation: Stability vs Mobility. Your spine is a column of vertebrae stacked one on top of the other – it needs to be a stable structure to support your body. However, that column is also designed to bend and rotate (providing us movement) and therefore needs to be a mobile structure, as well.

    The key to helping alleviate pain in this area in your upper back is often found in discovering the right balance for your body between stability and mobility. If you find your back is very stiff and doesn’t move very well (too much stability and not enough mobility) then your best treatment options should include stretching, foam rolling, and other joint mobilization techniques.

    If, on the other hand, your back is very loose, flexible, and mobile, then you will most likely benefit from exercises focusing on stability (a.k.a. strength) versus stretching. A strong muscle is a tight muscle - the stronger your muscles in a given area the better the stability of that area.

    BEST STRETCHES AND MOBILIZATIONS FOR THORACIC SPINE PAIN (please see video for full demonstration of each)

    Thoracic Spine Rotation Stretch - One of my favorite stretches to introduce motion into the thoracic spine. Keep in mind - the higher you bring your knees the more you’ll feel this stretch.

    Chair Extension Mobilization - Go up and down your thoracic spine to mobilize each segment; don’t be surprised if you get a few pain-alleviating “pops” along the way.

    Foam Roller - Needs to be done the right way! Don’t hold your head suspended but rather let it mobilize your back.

    BEST STRENGTHENING EXERCISES FOR YOUR UPPER BACK

    Band Rows (bilateral and unilateral) - Bilateral to increase strength/stability; unilateral is a way that you can actually include some functional strengthening over motion with it.

    Wall Angels - Strength and endurance are key! Remember the points of contact and try strengthening over this really good posture.

    Prone W’s - Remember to get your chest up off the floor (extend through your back) and get your elbows behind you (drawing your shoulder blades closer together)

    Upper back pain is a common problem for a lot of people, but it absolutely doesn’t have to be! Being in tune with your body and understanding the principles provided in this video (stretch where it’s tight; strengthen where it’s weak) are key to alleviating your pain and helping you to feel better.

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  • Thoracic Pain or Disc? Absolute Best Self-Treatment - McKenzie Method

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    Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the absolute best self-treatment for Thoracic (Mid-Back) Pain or a Thoracic Disc Problem. It is based on the McKenzie Method or Technique.

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  • How to Get Rid of Thoracic Spine Pain FAST

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    How to Get Rid of Thoracic Spine Pain FAST: Best stretch to decrease pain and tension in your upper back.

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  • Upper Back Pain Relief - Ask Doctor Jo

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    How to relieve upper back pain: Upper back pain can be caused when the rhomboid muscles get overworked & stressed. This real time rhomboid stretch can help relieve the pain. More rhomboid stretches:

    The rhomboids help squeeze the scapula (shoulder blade) towards the spine.

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  • Thoracic Spine Pain : Cause & Ways to Relieve Tension

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    The most effective and easy exercises to soothe pain and tensions in the upper body.

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  • Screening for Visceral Referred Pain in the Thoracic Spine

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  • McKenzie Method the Best and Easiest Treatment for Mid-Back Pain Thoracic Extension in Sitting

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    Dr. Sam Schroetke of Physical Therapy & Hand Clinic of Hillsboro demonstrates Thoracic Extension in Sitting for Mid-Back Pain. This is an exercise taken from the McKenzie method, which is a very effective approach to treating pain and disability.

    Perform 10-15 reps every 2 hours, or as needed for pain. Aim to perform between 60-80 reps in a day.

  • 7 Upper Back Stretches For Pain Relief

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  • Back Pain Relief Exercises & Stretches - Ask Doctor Jo

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    These back pain stretches and exercises are for general back pain like soreness from overworking your back or if you've pulled a muscle. If you know your specific back pain diagnosis, can check out the back pain section of my website for more specific exercises and stretches. See Doctor Jo’s blog post about this at:

    The first stretch is called the pelvic tilt. You will roll back onto your back with your knees bent. You want to imagine pushing your belly button into the ground, or push your back flat onto the ground like you are squishing something. You can put your hand under the curve of your back, and try to push your back into your hand. Make sure you are breathing and not holding your breath while doing these exercises.

    Next you will do a bridge. Push your bottom up off the ground, but try to do this slowly, and do one segment of your back at a time curling upward. Then slowly go down the same way, one segment at a time.

    Now you will do a single knee to chest stretch, bend one knee and bring your leg up to your chest as far as you comfortably can. Hold this for 30 seconds and do it three times on each side. Next, bring both knees to your chest, and hold it for 30 seconds doing it three times. This is called a double knee to chest stretch.

    Then try some gentle trunk rotation stretches on your back with your knees bent in hooklying. Gently rotate your bent legs from side to side. You can hold them on each side for 3-5 seconds or you can continuously rotate them back and forth. Again, try to keep your lower back on the ground. You can start off with 10 and work your way up to 20-25.

    The next stretch is the prayer stretch. Bring your butt back onto your heels, and keep your arms straight out. Relax your head down to the ground. Hold it for 30 seconds, and do it three times.

    Finally, you will do a combination move where you start in a plank position, and go into an upward dog yoga position. Hold that for 3-5 seconds, and then make a smooth transition into a downward dog position. You can go through this motion 3-5 times.

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  • Fix Rhomboid Pain 5 Self Treatments That Work

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    Fix Rhomboid Pain (Mid-Back & Shoulder Blade Pain) 5 Self Treatments That Work

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  • Rhomboid Pain

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    Your scapular/rhomboid pain is probably NOT your rhomboids! Watch the video to learn why!

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    Rhomboid Pain (0:15)

    Do you experience a deep, dull aching pain along the medial border of your scapula, or that area between your shoulder blade and spine? Have you tried stretching or rolling this area with a lacrosse ball or foam roller only to get temporary relief? Considering the location of the rhomboids, many individuals are led to believe that their discomfort originates from a strain or trigger point associated with these muscles. However, the rhomboids are rarely the culprit so in order to find a long-term solution, we should take a step back and consider a more holistic approach.

    It’s Not Your Rhomboids (0:45)

    So if it’s not your rhomboids, what is it and why are you experiencing discomfort in this area?

    A landmark study by Dr. Ralph Cloward in 1959 applied stimuli to different aspects of the cervical intervertebral discs on conscious patients and had them report where they experienced discomfort. As you can see from the images, a common location for pain was in this interscapular area.

    Other studies have replicated this finding as it relates to the discs such as Slipman et al in 2005.
    And Dwyer et al 1976 is well known for stimulating the zygapophyseal joints in asymptomatic subjects and mapping their reported pain.

    The last consideration, and the focal point of this video, relates to irritation of the lower cervical nerves. You might generally associate this irritation with neck pain and pain down the arm in a nice dermatomal distribution, but Murphy et al 2009 found that occurs in less than ⅔ of cases and around 50% of people report pain in that rhomboid area. In fact, Tanaka et al. 2006 reported “scapular region pain is generally the initial symptom in radiculopathy and can persist alone before the arm or finger symptoms develop.” And in some cases, it might be the only symptom that ever really occurs.

    So although you might be experiencing discomfort in the rhomboids, that sensation is likely more of a secondary response.

    Also, I understand that issues with the neck or a nerve sound scary to a lot of individuals, but it doesn’t mean anything is damaged, pinched, etc. I just like to think of it as something being sensitive.

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  • MB2: How To Release the Thoracic Spine

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    Do you suffer from back or neck pain? In this video, Kyle demonstrates fundamental techniques for mobilizing the thoracic spine and releasing tension in the back using this double massage ball roller. Designed with two settings to ease tight muscles and stiffness in the neck and back, the MB2 can support proper posture and upper back mobility while relieving pain and tightness.

  • Direction Specific Exercises for Low Back Pain | Directional Preference

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  • Yoga in 2 minutes: Know how to get rid of back pain

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    Yoga in 2 minutes: Know how to get rid of back pain. It is usual that a person bends in the forward direction quite often but he or she does not bends in the opposite direction due to which the balance of the body is not maintained. To maintain it Yoga helps and it reduces the back pain as well. For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: &

  • KT Tape: Middle Back Pain

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    The middle back is a combination of vertebrae from the upper and middle sections of the back and muscles that run the entire length of the back. These muscles support the spine, flex and extend the torso, move the upper limbs and head, as well as function to keep your body in an upright position.
    Middle back pain can be attributed to poor posture, weakness in the muscles, overuse, or overly tight/knotted muscles. These conditions can cause muscle imbalance, muscle fatigue, pain, and tears. In some cases, spasms are associated with the pain. This is primarily due to poor nutrient circulation to the nervous system and can be addressed by increasing blood flow.
    Typical treatments for middle back pain include rest and ice, as well as massage, electrical stimulation (ultrasound), light and frequent stretching, alternating ice and heat, and strength training of the opposing muscle group (the abdominals) to relieve pressure from the back.
    Using this KT Tape application can relieve pressure from the painful spot and send correct signaling to the muscles that allow them to relax.

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  • Three Different Techniques We Use To Adjust The ~THORACIC SPINE~ | Kalkstein Chiropractic

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  • Ice Or Heat For Back Pain Relief & Injury?

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  • The BEST way to Manipulate the Thoracic Spine & Ribs

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  • Physiotherapy Exercises For Low Back Pain

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    Low back pain is a common condition that is effectively treated by physiotherapy. Recent evidence suggests that treatment for low back pain should move away from passive approaches, unnecessary scans, drugs, injections and surgery and should instead focus on encouraging people to remain active (Lancet 2018).

    There are many different pathologies that can cause low back pain. These are just general stretches that may help to relieve your pain and stiffness but should not be used in the place of a sound evaluation by a trusted physiotherapist and an individualized treatment plan.

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  • Pulled Muscle In Low Back? 3 DIY Treatments

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  • Referred Pain Around The Shoulder - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim

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    Dr. Ebraheim's animated educational video describing referred pain around the shoulder and neck.
    Shoulder pain is common. The presence of pain around the shoulder does not always mean it is a shoulder problem. Pain can come from the structures inside the shoulder or from the structures outside of the shoulder.The pain can be referred from the neck problems ( cervical spine pathology) or from other distant sites. Elbow pain may be rarely transmitted to the shoulder.
    The shoulder is a common area for referred pain and examination of the shoulder should include an examination of there other areas. One of these areas that can cause pain referred to the shoulder is the neck, such as a herniated cervical disc or cervical spine pathology. The muscles and the nerves that arise from the neck area will pass through and around the shoulder on their way down the arm. The pain may radiate to the shoulder of the scapula. The pain is usually at the superomedial aspect of the scapula.
    This is an example of the most common area of referred pain from neck pathology and disc herniation. The pain originating from the neck region may overlap the shoulder. Usually, the pain in the neck is felt on top of the shoulder over the area of the trapezius muscle. Pain from the shoulder itself is usually felt at the top of the arm. If the shoulder moves freely without pain, then the neck is the source of the pain.
    Sometimes these conditions are confusing and difficult to differentiate (they usually overlap), especially when neck related shoulder pain causes weakness of the rotator cuff muscles, causes the shoulder to become stiff or causes shoulder impingement. Pain arising from the acromioclavicular joint can radiate into the neck itself.
    Sometimes MRI is the only accurate study that helps in differentiating between neck pain and shoulder pain. When cervical spine problems are suspected, the physician should examine the patient for findings of gait disturbance and long tract signs which will indicate that the patient may have cervical myelopathy.
    A positive Spurling's test will indicate neck pathology, especially nerve root irritation.
    A positive shoulder abduction test usually indicates neck pathology. The patient’s symptoms are relieved by shoulder abduction, by placing the hand over the head.
    Heart problems such as myocardial infarction or angina may cause pain radiating to the left shoulder.
    Irritation of the diaphragm may present itself as shoulder pain. The diaphragm may share the same C4-C5 nerve root irritation.
    The chest and upper abdomen should be examined carefully for possible pathology.
    A Pancoast tumor is another condition which causes referred pain in the shoulder region. A Pancoast tumor is a type of lung cancer that forms at the very top of the lung. Shoulder pain may be the first symptom of pancost tumor. The post tumor may invade the brachial plexus, the ribs, the vertebral bodies, the pleura and the chest wall, causing shoulder pain.
    Sometimes spine fractures may present was shoulder pain. The fracture may irritate the rhomboids muscles and transmit pain to the scapula.

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  • Top 3 Exercises to Stop Pain Between Shoulder Blades

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  • Home Remedies: How To Relieve Lower Back Pain

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    1. Whether you work at a computer in an office, spend long hours sitting on the road, or engage in strenuous activities while on the job, you’re probably no stranger to lower back pain. Learn these simple-yet-effective home remedies to relieve lower back pain from a certified massage therapy instructor at Carrington College.

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  • Upper Back Pain Exercises & Stretches - Ask Doctor Jo

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    These upper back pain stretching and strengthening exercises should help you find back pain relief. They are easy to do at home or in the office. For Doctor Jo's blog post about this video, visit:

    The first stretch is for your thoracic area. Sitting in a chair that has a medium back height, put your hands behind your head, and lean back over the backrest of the chair. Relax if you can and hold it for 30 seconds; repeat 3 times.

    Next, you want to stretch your pectoralis muscles. If you have a foam roll, this will work best for the stretch. Lie down on the foam roll where it is directly on your spine and your head is supported. Now rest your elbows on the floor out to the side. If that is not enough stretch, you can straighten your arms out and rest them on the floor. If that is still not enough stretch, place your hands behind your head, and press your elbows downward. Hold for 30 seconds and do them 3 times.

    Now roll onto your stomach. Roll up a towel and place it under your forehead for comfort. Now put your arms straight out to the sides like you are making a T with your body. Gently raise your arms towards the ceiling, and try to squeeze your shoulder blades together. Your arms don't have to go high, but they do need to be controlled. Hold them for about 2-3 seconds and do about 10-15.

    Roll back onto your back for snow angels. This exercise was shown to me from my PT friend Phil who helped me rehab from my shoulder surgery. Put your arms flat on the ground into a slight stop sign position or like you are getting ready to make a snow angel. You can bend your knees your put your legs out straight, but bending the knees will help support your back. Now slowly slide your arms upwards, and try to keep your elbow and arms flat on the ground. Once they start coming up, then slide them back down. You only need to do about 10 of these with 2 sets.

    The next stretch is going to be in long sitting where your legs are straight out in front of you. Clasp your hands together directly in front of you, and punch forward while your are curling your back forward and bringing your chin to your chest. You want to have a curl in your back. Hold this for 30 seconds and do 3 times.

    The last exercise is bird dogs. This is done on all fours or in quadruped. Try to keep your back straight like a tabletop, and try to keep your neck in a neutral position so you don't strain anything. Now lift one arm up and bring it straight forward. At the same time, lift the opposite leg straight out. Alternate your arms and legs, doing 5-10 on each side.

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  • Home Stretches for Lower Back Pain: Pt.1 | Tim Keeley | Physio REHAB

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    Right for this week's #dailyrehab, I have FIVE mobility exercises to stretch out the lower back and hips - for all of you who are now unforunately staying at home in isolation, or now are working from home, or for those simply out of their routine at the moment - and not exercising. If you have a current low back pain problem, and to prevent you getting a lower back problem from all that inactivity and sitting around - this is for YOU. So get stuck in and look after the lower back at home. 1st 3 stretches are in this video and the 2nd two are in Part 2 coming up.

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  • Chest pain: how to distinguish between cardiac and noncardiac causes. Dr.Magesh.T MD

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    Classic coronary pain--or angina--involves a substernal pressure that commonly begins with exertion and is relieved by rest. However, some patients experience angina in the absence of physical exertion or emotional stress, and not all chest pain that begins after exertion is angina. Atypical chest pain must be differentiated from other types of chest pain, including chest wall pain, pleurisy, gallbladder pain, hiatal hernia, and chest pain associated with anxiety disorders. Careful examination of the chest wall is essential, and abnormal heart sounds can tell you a great deal. Further testing is individualized. An exercise ECG is important in identifying the presence of ischemic heart disease and the amount of myocardium at risk. If the ECG is abnormal at rest, the patient should undergo a thallium stress test or exercise echocardiography. A coronary angiogram is indicated if the exercise test or an ECG during pain show that a lot of live heart muscle is at risk.

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  • 5 Pressure Points for Pain Relief - Ask Doctor Jo

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    Many people believe pressure points in various parts of the body can be “released” to help relax and give relief to things like headaches, muscle tension, and even stress and anxiety. This video has some you can try. Watch another relaxation video by Dr. Jo here:

    Most of the time these pressure points are sensitive to the touch, but you really want to put pressure through the areas to help get them to release the stress in that particular area or a referred area.

    There are a many pressure points throughout the body, but the ones that are easiest to get to and give you the most relief, are at the clavicle, two places on the hands, at your temples, and at your scapula where the levator scapulae attaches. These pressure points can relieve stress, headaches, muscles tension, and sometimes even anxiety.

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    Simple yoga for upper back pain. In the sequence Adriene takes you through an all levels yoga sequence that will create space and provide relief for upper back pain. Great for those who have tight neck and shoulders and great for anyone looking to improve their posture. Take time to stretch this area of the body if you work at a computer, play an instrument or carry a small child around all day! Breathe deep, hop on the mat and stretch the upper back and shoulders. Release tension and stress and find what feels good.


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  • Costochondritis Treatment - Ask Doctor Jo

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    Costochondritis is the inflammation of the cartilage where the ribs meet the breastbone or where the cartilage attaches to the ribs. These stretches & exercises may help relieve the pain. See another Dr. Jo video with chest stretches:

    Costochondritis can be on one or both sides, but it is often on the left side and can mimic the pain of a heart attack. These treatments may help relieve the pain from costochondritis, but since the symptoms can mimic a heart attack, always seek immediate medical attention for the sudden onset of this type of pain.

    Deep breathing exercises often help with opening up the ribcage which can gently stretch the area and help reduce the inflammation. You can do the breathing alone or you can add your arms to get an extra stretch.

    Lying down and doing a trunk rotation with your arms stretched out can also get a great stretch in the whole ribcage to relieve costochondritis pain. You might feel it more on the outside, but it will stretch the whole area.

    Sometimes thoracic back weakness is a cause because your shoulder will roll forward causing pressure and irritation to the joints. So strengthening the upper back with Ts and Ys will help as well.

    Pec or chest stretches are also a great way to open up the chest area. You can stretch on a foam roller, towel, or rolled up yoga mat lying down. You can also use a corner or doorway, or even a stick or cane to get the stretch.

    Scapular or shoulder squeezes and rows with a resistive band will also help strengthen the upper back area to help relieve pressure from the chest area.

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  • Physical Therapy for a Stiff Neck - Ask Doctor Jo

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    A stiff neck can be painful and hard to move. These physical therapy stretches & exercises for neck stiffness should help relieve the pain and tightness. Purchase an MD Tank Top here: (affiliate link)

    The first movement to help with a stiff neck is a chin tuck. These are a great way to reset your neck muscles, and get your head back into a good posture.

    The next few movements you will use a towel to help you stretch. SNAGS (Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glides) help mobilize the neck, and work great when you have neck stiffness. You can also use the towel for chin tucks with extension movements, and chin tucks with head turns side to side, or cervical rotation.

    The last two stretches are for your levator scapulae and your upper trapezius. Both of these muscles hold a lot of stress, and can make the neck very stiff when they are tight.

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    Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate 2 Simple Exercises you can do to help alleviate your mid-back or thoracic pain.

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  • Best Upper Back Stretches

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    Upper back pain is most commonly caused by issues with poor posture & muscle imbalances in the shoulder blades that lead to muscle soreness and tension. Stretches for upper back pain can help alleviate some of this inevitable stiffness while restoring balance & increasing blood flow.

    Dr. David Lee shares some of his go-to upper back stretches for preventing & relieving upper back pain. Watch our video to learn how to perform stretches like thoracic extension & thoracic rotation to increase flexibility and mobility.

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  • Mid-Back Pain or Thoracic Pain: How to Treat!

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    From Physical therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck provide helpful tips for self-treating pain that is in your mid-back or thoracic area. Provide many ideas on how to treat your mid-back pain.

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  • 4 Exercises to IMPROVE Your Stiff Mid-Back | Episode 35

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    0:21 Thoracic Spine Stiff Defined
    1:32 Thoracic Spine Extension
    2:51 Thoracic Spine Rotation
    3:54 Final Words

    Sedentary lifestyles are an undesirable hallmark of modern society, affecting a significant proportion of the population. Prolonged sitting, (a form of sedentary behavior), has progressively become the norm with computerization in the workplace. These developments are not only detrimental to physiological health and well-being with rising levels of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, but also musculoskeletal health. Recent research findings have found an association between prolonged sitting (more than 8 hours a day) and increased neck, shoulder, and low back pain. Sedentary behaviors may induce a relatively stiff thoracic spine contributing towards the dysfunction in the adjacent spinal regions. This video will provide you with exercises to improve your thoracic spine mobility!

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    Why does this area of the spine become tight? How do I improve motion in this area of my back? As previously discussed, prolonged positioning in a sedentary position may lead to tightness in the thoracic spine. To make substantial and long-term improvements in mobility not only of the thoracic spine but anywhere in the body, consistency is key! Making movement a part of your daily routine will promote the long-term success of permanent improvements. Moreover, passive stretching exercises are oftentimes appropriate; however, it is very important to perform active mobility exercises within new ranges of motion in order to promote permanent changes to mobility! Habits do take time to stick.

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  • Fast Relief for Back Pain and Spasms

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    Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present: Fast Relief for Back Pain and Spasms

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  • Mid-Back & Rib Pain

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    This Life + TV discusses pain associated with the middle back, provide brief orientation to this part of the body, discuss the 5 most common causes of pain in this region and steps you can take to relieve the pain.

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    These are some of the most common back pain causes. Get my 3-days to a better posture series here:

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  • Shiatsu Massage to Relieve Back Pain & Complete Relaxation, Anyone Can Do, 7-10 Mins.

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    Shiatsu Massage to Relieve Back Pain & Complete Relaxation, Anyone Can Do, 7-10 Mins.

    Bob and Brad show a massage technique called Shiatsu on Liz (their camera lady) to relieve back pain.

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  • Simple exercises for Lower back pain | Kauvery Hospital

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    Mrs. Selvambikai Srinath, Physiotherapist, Kauvery Hospital, helps us understand what causes lower back pain and what can be done about it.

    Lower back pain is common among people of all ages these days, even among youngsters. This is because of working for long periods at a desk, using a laptop. Over time, this may strain the back, causing lower back stress and pain. The physiotherapist gives tips on lifestyle changes that can help in reducing pain in the back. She also shows us several Lower Back Stretches to help relieve back pain and Exercises to Strengthen Lower Back.

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  • Self Traction for Mid-Back or Low Back Pain: Do It Yourself. No Equipment

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    Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate a self traction technique you can do yourself without any special equipment.

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  • 3 Common Causes of Chest Pain! Emergency or Not!

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    3 Common Causes of Chest Pain! Emergency or Not!

    Bob and Brad discuss the 3 common cause of chest pain and whether it may be an emergency.

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