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Vous vous demandez quelle la différence entre entre un chiropraticien et un ostéopathe ?
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Dormir sur le côté favoriserait l’évacuation des « déchets » du cerveau.

Une recherche de l’université de Stony Brook a mis en évidence que dormir sur le côté favoriserait l’élimination des déchets cérébraux via le système glymphatique. Adopter cette routine augmenterait les chances de réduire le développement de maladie neurologique comme Alzheimer et autres conditions.

http://sciencepost.fr/2015/08/dormir-cote-pourrait-favoriser-levacuation-dechets-cerveau/

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/08/150804203440.htm

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5 exercices pour renforcer vos pieds et soulager votre dos.

#mal de dos    # ostéopathie  #pied   #articulation

Le traitement du pied est aussi le travail global de l’ostéopathe pour le mal de dos. Ils sont trop souvent enfermés , serrés dans les chaussures qui affectent la  bonne fonction des pieds. 

http://lemag.therapeutes.com/soulager-votre-dos-en-renforcant-vos-pieds/
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LE DÉNEIGEMENT SANS MAL DE DOS

La corvée de déneigement peut engendrer de nombreux problèmes si elle est mal pratiquée. Les postures inadéquates et la mauvaise préparation physique sont des facteurs propices à l’apparition de douleurs musculaires et articulaires.



9 conseils pour éviter le mal de dos :

1 Échauffez-vous avant de sortir.
Quelques étirements des bras et du tronc avant de sortir.

2 Habillez-vous chaudement.
Si votre corps est froid vous serez plus propice aux blessures

3 Choisissez une bonne pelle
Équipez-vous d’une pelle de qualité dont l’ergonomie est bien conçue, pelle de style traineau

4 Prenez de petites quantités de neiges à la fois.
Poussez la neige au lieu de la projeter. Évitez les mouvements de torsion du corps.

5 Adoptez une bonne posture
Gardez le dos droit et pliez les genoux lorsque vous soulevez une lourde pelletée

7 Prévoyez assez de temps le matin.
Se précipiter peut causer des blessures et du stress

8 Consultez un ostéopathe avant la saison d’hiver.
L’osteopathe verifira votre colonne à la recherche de blocage sous jacent.

9 Aide
Si vous souffrez déjà du mal de dos. Faites le faire par quelqu’un d’autres. Sinon portez une ceinture lombo-sacrée pour plus de support.



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How emotion can influence back pain perception

With lower back pain, the perception of pain is real but our emotional relationship to pain will change our interpretation of it.

Have you noticed that if you are stressed or tired or depressed your pain level might change to be more persistant or stronger?

Here is a good research paper that talks about this : http://bunny.li/qs4ly
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Mindfullness for back pain

"We have now scientifique evidence that mindfulness meditation is an excellent therapeutic tool to control chronic pain. I often try to bring my patients back into their body, being in the moment with their present sensation."

If you suffer from chronic pain what is your strategy to deal with it ?

Check out this excellent research paper from Dr Kabat Zinn.

http://bunny.li/w6prs
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The Fascia

"It is impossible to not work with the fascia, even when it comes down to do a manipulation. The fascia is a continous tissue anchoring to the musculo- skeletal system. All the osteopathic techniques integrates the fascia in their maneuver."

Check it out this awesome video.

http://youtu.be/uzy8-wQzQMY
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the fall

" I just think of  all my elderly patients who have tripped over because they could not lift their feet high enough or of poor coordination "

Do you known any close member of your community who has broken their hips following a fall ?

http://www.bodyinmind.org/pain-as-a-risk-factor-for-falls/
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10 myths about back pain

"I often encounter amongst my patients that  there is a lot of misconceptions about the nature of back pain. I spend a lot of time to educate my patients about it because I believe that a good understanding is the start of  recovery"

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1-Back pain is extremely common. In fact, 80% of people will have significant back pain at some point. Back pain symptoms vary from individual to individual. They can be sharp or dull. Myths regarding back pain are also common. Can you recognize the myths and facts that follow?


2-Myth: Always Sit Up Straight
We know slouching in chairs is bad for your back. However, sitting up too straight and still can also irritate the back.
For relief of back pain from prolonged sitting, intermittently try leaning back in your chair with your feet on the floor with a slight curve in the low back. Also, stand for part of the day when possible (for example, while on the phone or reading).

3-Myth: Don't Lift Heavy Objects
When lifting, it's the way you lift that is most important, not just the weight you are lifting. When lifting, try to be as close to the object as possible, squatting to make the lift. Use your legs to lift. Don't torque your body or bend during the lift.

4-Myth: Bed Rest Is the Best Cure
Bed rest can help an acute back strain or injury. But it is not true that you should stay in bed. Sometimes remaining immobile in bed can actually make back pain worse.

5-Myth: Pain Is Caused by Injury
Back pain can be caused by injuries, disk degeneration, infections, and conditions that are inherited, such as ankylosing spondylitis.

6-Fact: More Pounds, More Pain
Keeping fit is helpful in preventing or aggravating back pain. Back pain is more common in those who are unfit or overweight. Those who only exercise intermittently (the weekend warriors) are at increased risk for back injury.

7-Myth: Exercise Is Bad for Back Pain
Regular exercise is very good for preventing back pain. Actually, for those with an acute back injury, sometimes a guided, mild exercise program is recommended. This often begins with gentle exercises that gradually increase in intensity.

8-Myth: Skinny Means Pain-Free
People who are too thin can also be at risk for back pain, especially those with eating disorders and osteoporos
9-Fact: Osteopathy Care Can Help
Spinal manipulation and massage can be very helpful options for many forms of lower back pain.

10-Myth: A Firm Bed Mattress Is Better
People differ in their response to mattress firmness. One study from Spain showed that those who slept on a medium-firm mattress (rated 5.6 on a 10 point hard-to-soft scale) had less back pain and disability than those who slept on a firm mattress (2.3 on the scale).

MedecineNet.com
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