Dr. Feigenbaum sobre el dolor lumbar en Fort Irwin (Parte I)

Esta conferencia fue filmada el 4 de diciembre de 2019 en Fort Irwin, California. Dres. Baraki y Feigenbaum discutieron las causas del dolor lumbar, la reducción de riesgos y el manejo con los soldados y el personal médico. Las partes 2 y 3 se publicarán en las próximas semanas. Para más de nuestro material: Podcasts: goo.gl/X4H4z8 Sitio web: www.barbellmedicine.com Instagram: @austin_barbellmedicine @jordan_barbellmedicine @leah_barbellmedicine @vanessa_barbellmedicine @untamedstrength @michael_barbellmedicine @derek_barbellmedicine @hassan_barbellmedicine @amato_barbellmedicine @charlie_barbellmedicine @alex_barbellmedic ine @tomcampitelli Correo electrónico: info@ barbellmedicine.com Suplementos/Plantillas/Seminarios: www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/ Foro: forum.barbellmedicine.com/

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  1. @250txc

    Speaking as a x-GI, I gotta say BS on this location…

  2. @AmorFati777X

    Diagnosed with facet joint syndrome and its been 5 months….

  3. @thelongbow141

    I have to rewatch this masterpiece of a lecture every few months.

  4. @shawnsisson920

    So everything he talked about definitely is caused by multiple factors… not can be, but ARE. I couldn't disagree more. Even if we debate subjectively with the pain, using hunger as an example ruined it for me. I never eat when others eat nor when I think it's "time" there are days I eat 3 meals and there are stretches nearly 2.5 days long where i dont eat because I'm just not hungry. While pain is widely more subjective, there's no getting around the hunger aspect debunking the entire argument. I'm only 7 minutes in so he could have corrected that but I'm not listening any further at this point.

  5. @denzilhogan6902

    my back pain has been persistent for 7 months now. the first 3 months it was fine and peaked for a competition no worries but in these last 4 months I've become pretty debilitated. not being able to squat or deadlift 135lbs without sharp pain and live with soreness 24/7 what do?

  6. @dontbethatguy1986

    Main cause of double the amount of back pain, we do sit-ups for our APFT.

  7. @GiddySoup

    my back was hurting before the video and now its not

  8. @mrrizz0

    Prednisone did make me feel great after 3 days of the worst back pain I ever had in my life.

  9. @PlasmaFuzer

    Excellent talk Dr. Feigenbaum. I watched the series in reverse order accidentally, but this was an excellent overview of what Dr. Baraki covered in more detail in his longer discussion. Speaking as a non-clinician, I am to the best of my ability utilizing your approach to addressing issues or concerns regarding pain associated with training experiences expressed to me by friends and family members where possible.

  10. @USARvideo

    Excellent! The dislikes are from malingerers demanding a permanent profile due to their unwillingness to do the work necessary to pass the ACFT (or APFT).

  11. @LyellWalker

    I'm 37 and have a diagnosed/confirmed (via MRI) bulged/herniated S1 disc. It's about 5 years old. It creates a good amount of "pain" in my "lower back" but is not muscle-related (by this time I can tell the difference). I get tingling down my leg into my right foot/toe. The pain close to my spine is a searing/nagging pain that feels like someone is pinching me deep into my back close to my spine. There are times it hurts too much to stand. Sometimes I can't walk (I can walk but it's very uncomfortable). I've gone to chiropractors (fake science) and physical therapists. The PT works, somewhat, but mainly it's just doing floor extensions that sometimes work and sometimes don't. In 5 years the pain has never gone away besides when I'm sitting or lying down (but even then it can hurt or get aggravated). It aches at night. I'm not a surgical candidate and I refuse to take pain meds (beyond Ibuprofen)

    Through it all, I kept working out. I refused to let this thing stop me. For the first 4 years, I stopped doing anything lower body related cause I thought squats and DL's would make it worse. Running was/is difficult. Stretching my hamstring makes it hurt. But I pushed through (sticking to sprints and no long runs). But I couldn't lift and do things like I wanted and slowly gained weight. Some of that was muscle, just due to the extra calories and upper body lift, but I wasn't fit anymore. I became so frustrated.

    Then I found Barbell Medicine. Listening to their talks related to lower back pain and pain management has shown me I'm not broken and can still lift. Back in March of 2019 I started deadlifting and squatting again. Pain is still there, especially after squatting. I'm not healed. Unfortunately, it seems like I'm one of the 20% or so whose symptoms may never go away. My DL and squat numbers suck. It's almost (is) embarrassing. But I'm doing it. I'm still overweight and am trying to figure out what to do about that but at least I'm lifting again.

    So I guess I wanted to say thank you. I love picking up heavy things and BBM, even though I'm not a client, helped me get over the mental side of the injury.

  12. @MrNick80

    This was so so solid and approachable for newbies to your teachings! I’m sending this to everyone I know who’s had LBP or thinks their back is fragile.

  13. @DrLosack1

    Consider the audience Doc. The soldier demographic is 18-50. Stats about an older population isnt really applicable. The majority of commands in the Army do not understand the stress, recovery, adaptation model. The focus is on the stress with nothing on recovery. The adaptation is injury instead of strength. The Army preaches Soldier Athlete. The majority of the soldiers were never competitive athletes and do not understand the difference between being hurt and being injured. That may fit your biosocial model.

  14. @backpackly

    Great talk. I will still trap bar deadlift rather than conventional to "protect" my lower back though :)

  15. @scottmoyer3854

    Thanks for posting, Doc! 10/10 again! Best lifting channel on YT

  16. @danbaron12

    הרצאה מעולה
    מה עם החלק השני?

  17. @Jared-Kreate

    Thank you! Please keep up the amazing content. I share it with as many people as possible! 💪🏽💪🏽

  18. @agringobear9916

    I understand that mental part of pain. When I enter the gym and sit down to put on my shoes for that days program, individual parts of my body starts giving me pain. I was fine in the morning getting ready to leave but then at the gym I have pain. Never has stopped me from doing the work. Looking forward to part two.

  19. @robertlevy4613

    I’m going here for NTC in May. Can’t wait to listen to this whole thing later. Barbell Medicine should have millions of subs. Love the channel. You guys are awesome.

  20. @dard4642

    The opening stat about incidence of low back pain maybe be explained by totals each branch. There are currently just under 200,000 active duty Marines and just under half a million active duty US Army. If he just meant "incidents," This explains it. If he meant "incidence rate," I don't know what explains it.


    Cues: Mike Tyson post fight interview: – "i broke my back. Spinal."

  22. @feruspriest

    I'm really waiting for the Berlin Q &A video to drop cause I want to see the collective gasp and subsequent cognitive dissonance when folks hear/see Baraki voted for Trump.

    Hard to maintain respect for someone as intelligent as Baraki who looks at Trumps' grifter rhetoric and goes, "I want this for the next 4-8 years."

  23. @slowfuse

    Jordan looking thicc af. Everyday he becomes more and more like Rippetoe

  24. @doug9522

    Are you guys done making PeriRx or what? Been trying to get it for awhile now. Also, I really prefer the non-caffeinated version in watermelon.


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