Diets & Weight LossAMAZING RESULTS! The Best Core Exercises For A Bulged Disc Al Wallace2 years ago331 mins STOP doing the WRONG exercises for your lower back pain and START seeing results! Bulged or… source Post navigation Previous: 10 MIN HOURGLASS FIGURE WORKOUT | TINY WAIST AND ROUND BOOTY | No Equipment At HomeNext: Jeannie Mai's Refrigerator is Stuffed With Amazing Snacks | Fridge Tours | Women's Health 33 thoughts on “AMAZING RESULTS! The Best Core Exercises For A Bulged Disc” Our goal with bulged discs and sciatica is to decrease pressure on the nerve (Phase One Video) and then introduce some core strength/stabilization exercises as tolerated. I hope this helps you guys out! Please feel free to leave comments below. Reply Thank you Reply Got a question my bulging disc is in my thoracic spine and the sacs r compressed hurts to breath and move Reply Thank u for this! Really! This helped me even more then my doctor did. Your explanations made me realize what I have been doing wrong for years.. I just ran today for the first time in a long time.. I will start using more extractions in my rutine from now on! 😊 Reply Thanks for showing me these exercises for my lower back sciatica pain i can feel the muscles working with these exercises. Reply Starts 6:22 7:109:1410:35 Reply how many times a week should we do it Reply Thank u. After doing these for how many weeks shall we do regular exercises like push ups, chin ups, cycling etc. I had mild disc bulge at L5/S1 and after doing the phase 1 exercises now i have been doing phase 2 for 1 week but only 1 set Reply Ok, good theory, but what is the point if pushing the disc back if the annular tear never heals? If the annular tear doesnt heal the disck will always be pushed by the nucleus when performing movment especially when sleeping. Reply good thx Reply I like how at 9:21 he straightened her shirt a bit..lol. I imagine when he folds his laundry all his shirts are folded very neatly. Reply Could this help with thoracic disc herniation? Reply New to your channel. I have a bulged disc and have been going to the chiropractor. I have gotten relief but they are missing the rehab/ strengthening part. They told me to do pelvic tilts and would be enough. This has really been helping. I think we need a better working partnership with chiropractors and physical therapists. Thanks again! Reply Nicely and clearly explained! Thank you! Recently dx’d w/ bd in L4/L5. Reply Thank u so much for sharing .Are these exercises good for osteoporosis pls ? Reply I was watching one of ur other vids and was planning to do that until u mentioned the excercises not recommended for diskbulge. Thank you for this vid Reply I have back pain when I go on my stomach I get tingling feeling down my leg so should I do it or not ? Reply Thanks brother really goot work out info u nailed it💪😇 Reply Thank you for these exercises. I can do 1 & 2 but 3 & 4 is to painful. How long before I try again to do 3 & 4? Reply Grazie Reply I tried the last exercises and I felt pain in my left leg. Also, could you please refer me to the first phase video? Reply You are great! I have a L4-S1 fusion and I’ve ruptured my L1-3 now. Had RFA for full lumber. I live in Egypt and haven’t found any PT that can deal with my issue. Help. Need exercises to strengthen my core and avoid another fusion! God Bless. Karima Reply Hi. Can these exercises be part of a daily maintenance program for on going bulged discs? I have had disc trouble for years and looking for exercises to try and strengthen area so that my back won't go on me in minor situations which it seems to do. Also I would like to be able to sit on the floor or lying down without having to move after about 10 minutes (reason being my hobby is wildlife photography which involves sitting on the ground for long periods of time and being low to the ground!) Many thanks. Reply Amazing stuff! Are these to be done daily a few times or? Thanks Reply I had mild bulge on MRI. I did not have sciatica, just lower back pain. I've been doing the exercises shown in this video for 4 weeks now. My back pain reduced completely in the first week itself. Can I start working out in the gym gradually? Reply What is the difference between a diffuse bulging disc and a disc protrusion? Reply Great video! Would love to a video for post fusion patients. I'm fused L3-S1. Reply For how many times a day?? Reply Thank you very much! Reply Also, I came across a literature review that says extension type exercises such as McKenzie are not beneficial for degenerated discs and that there isn't conclusive evidence of benefits of this type of exercises. Did you have any views to share? Thanks. Reply Do these exercises apply to herniated discs also or by disc bulge are you referring to all levels of disc protrusion, i.e. bulge versus herniated? The bird dog as performed in this vid is different to how I was taught – shouldn't the legs be extending parallel to the ground rather than extending upwards? Reply I have a question, November 20th,2020 I had a lumbar decompression on my L5 Disc d/t a 8mm bilateral bilateral bulge I got from a gurney malfunction. When I was at PT they told me to do bridges and it causes nerve pain in my ankle and hip from S1 nerve that was formerly impinged. Do you have any other exercises I can substitute for bridges? I understand that I shouldn't be feeling pain, and when I do stretches for S1 nerve down L leg and R leg it causes parasthesia for about 5-10 seconds after I stretch. It starts between 20-30seconds. I do 3 sets for each leg at 30 second stretches swapping between each leg till set is done. I understand you are not my Dr. or PT. . I would like to ask this as an understanding of what you think about parasthesia and my issue with sciatica stretching. My former PT told me it may be uncomfortable, but to just deal with it. Is that solid advice in your opinion? I understand this is just advice [from a studied stranger and cant be seen as medical Tx. But i would still like to know what you think about this. That is, if you see and decide to respond to this comment. Either way I hope you and your family are doing well. Best wishes that you and loved ones stay free of covid-19 and have an enjoyable 2021 🙂 Reply Thank you I have a bulging fiac sp very helpful Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.