Prevention
Historically, prevention has focused on banning many activities. In recent years, studies have shown that it is essential to stay active and the focus is more on how to stay active, rather than doing other than not doing.
A small downside darkens prevention: most spinal diseases have a very strong genetic component. Prevention efforts will therefore often not avoid pathologies of the spine, but will delay the onset of symptoms and reduce their extent, which remains a good card to play!
We often explain to the patient that nature gives them the cards, but that he can still play them more or less well. It is true that it is hard to win at Jass without any trump cards and that it is hard to lose with Puur, Näll and As to take a very Swiss example ...
Prévention colonne: Philosophie
Prévention colonne: Marche
Prévention colonne: Marche - recommandations
Prévention colonne: Escaliers
Prévention colonne: Repos
Prévention colonne: Vélo
Prévention colonne: Voiture
Prévention colonne: Train
Prévention colonne: Moto
Prévention colonne: Avion
Prévention colonne: Course
Prévention colonne: Raquettes
Prévention colonne: Ski
Prévention colonne: Snowboard
Prévention colonne: Aviron
Prévention colonne: Natation
Prévention colonne: Tennis
Prévention colonne: Basketball
Prévention colonne: Equitation
Prévention colonne: Rotations dissociées
Prévention colonne: Patin
Prévention colonne: Football
Prévention colonne: Golf
Prévention colonne: Mini-trampoline
Prévention colonne: Rameur
Prévention colonne: Yoga
Prévention colonne: Step
Prévention colonne: Hornuss
Prévention colonne: Assis
Prévention lombaire: WC
Prévention cervicale
 
Prevention: Core training
Overall, core exercises are great for the spine. Here are some examples to give a little variety!
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