Do not perform any exercise of the following exercises until after the recommendation physiotherapy specialist and so determined to repeat as the proper exercise of a patient may be inappropriate for another patient and must not perform any exercise increases the back pain or leg pain. And must also be non-performance of exercise Once you do sleep in the morning where the water content of the cartilage plus leading to large loads on the cartilage must all exercise gently and without sudden movements or quick lead
First: elongation exercises
Important note: in order to ensure that the performance of the exercises muscle elongation lead correctly, you must sense Balasttalh and tensile strength in the muscles that focus on exercise performance during exercise.
The patient bend and forty five degrees legs and then attracting legs with his hands gently in the direction of the stomach and this exercise is useful in elongation back muscles and can exercise leads to attract one leg and then the other and then lowered leg lift.
Lay prostrate from the patient to flex his arms forward as much as possible and a sense of Balasttalh and screwing in the back muscles.
The patient takes the cat and put so be based on his hands and knees arched back down with the lifting of the head and then arched back up with lowering the head with a note not to press hard in the last range of motion.
Put to sleep on the patient’s abdomen to lift the head and chest up through individual arms and this exercise is useful in elongation abdomen and thigh muscles can perform this exercise from a standing position and image.
The patient sits on the bed with a character put one of his legs unfolded on the bed and his body leaning forward, trying to touch the toes while maintaining unfolded on the knee and then doing the same exercise for the other leg and this exercise is useful in elongation rear thigh muscles.
Sleeps patient so that the legs to the knees out of bed and then lifting one of his legs to the belly with his hands while keeping the other on the leg on the bed and feel the traction for the front thigh muscles to the leg and is waiting for a few seconds in this position and repeat this exercise for the other leg.
From a standing position the patient developed leg bent forward and the other behind his body and tends to flatten the front of the thigh muscles front and back of the leg.
Second: exercises to strengthen the muscles
To strengthen the back muscles of the patient to bend and forty five degrees legs and then lift the torso up and down again.
Strengthen the back muscles also put the patient to sleep on the abdomen to lift the head and chest up and down again.
To strengthen the front abdominal upper muscles of the patient bend five and forty degrees legs and then clicking his back on the bed to individual lumbar spine with the lifting of the head and chest up in the abdomen direction and get off again with a note that it is not necessary to raise the trunk to the sitting position, but enough lift to a situation where the head and shoulders, lifted from the bed.
It repeats the same as the previous exercise, but with trunk rotation in the direction of one of the knees and then back to the starting position and then lift the trunk in the direction of the other knee this exercise serves to strengthen the abdominal muscles of the upper side.
The patient bend and forty five degrees legs and then clicking his back on the bed to individual lumbar spine and then lifting his legs in the direction of the stomach and get off again and this exercise serves to strengthen the muscles of the lower front abdomen.
It repeats the same as the previous exercise, but with the lifting of the knees in the direction of one of the shoulders and then back to the starting position and then raise your knees in the direction of the other shoulder and this exercise serves to strengthen the muscles of the lower abdomen side.
The patient tries on his side as he slept on a document with the elbow bend your knees lifted the trunk to make it along with the rest of the body based on the elbow and knees and then the descent of the trunk.