Stretches for Spasticity With Multiple Sclerosis (Easy to do and Guided!!)

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In this week’s weekly exercise video Jeff will execute two stretches that lengthen the muscles in the lower back. If you are experiencing pain from spasticity due to Multiple Sclerosis, try these stretches a few times a week!

STRETCHES PERFORMED IN THIS VIDEO

1.) Hip Cross Over – 0:52

2.) Hip Rotation – 3:00

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Comments

99% SoBuenoo says:

This is my 3rd journey to walk again I'm so happy I found you guys

Richard Rivera says:

Rest day? I don't have one. I do totally different exercises for 3 days & on the 4th I go back to day one. I stretch in between exercise. Should I take a day off?

andigmxat says:

how can I learn to sit on the floor in 90° angle hips?

Sujata Varde says:

Hi it is curable fullest

Toni Cook says:

I don’t have MS but I need these “stretches” sooo… bad if you know what I mean!!! I have had 4 major surgeries in 3 years I am still in PT 2X/week.
I need the strength in my hips, quads, and calves. My right leg mostly the calf down to my ankle I describe as a Frankenstein leg it is so heavy all the time. I ankles feeling as if they are atrophied. I don’t have foot drop I walk around. S/P left TKR 6/10/2019 and I am trying to re-learn how to walk on a cane but my right leg causes me to be unbalanced. I glad I found your channel you make it hard but easy I really felt the muscles in my back and buttocks really stretch out!!! Thanks so much 👍🏾

seymore yo says:

Yeah….now show me and my fellow MS sufferers how to get up off the floor…..
I bought a portable massage table off of Amazon. It's a great way to do stretches.

Brenda Drew says:

Are these stretches also beneficial for the legs, too? I don't get spasticity in my hips, I get it more in my hamstrings, quads and calfs! I found that ice packs also help with any pain and I'm also going to check out and see if ice gel also works as well. Epsom salt baths also help as well…anything to relax those muscles. I also take Cal-Mags as I was told that it's also a great supplement for people who stand on their feet all day working like teachers, doctors, sales people etc. as well as for MS. Thanks for another helpful great video, much appreciated.

Eugene McGirt says:

Can you lay in the Hip Cross-Over for 2 or 3 minutes, instead of just 30 seconds?

Matic Nemec says:

how many exercises would you recomend to execute daily? should i just train one kind of my body for instance legs, arms or core or should i mix them up?

Immortal Palestine says:

Honestly, easier said than done. I tried to exercise but ended up with a gash in my forehead as soon as I tried to lay on the floor, I just fell face first. MS is a b….

Marie-Danielle O'Reilly says:

Thank you for your great help🇨🇭🇨🇭🇨🇭

Eugene McGirt says:

The first exercise is very helpful. There's also tightness in the upper inner thigh. Any exercise for tightness in the upper inner thigh?

Tracey's Tracks says:

What if you can't get up from the ground?

Ian Callaghan says:

can't feel my legs so not sure when its stretched or not

Lynne Wallace says:

Unfortunately, many people with MS cannot easily get to and from floor with that kind of ease, if at all, like the instructor in the video. I certainly cannot. I try to do exercises and stretches from a chair to the best of my ability.

Dale D'Aiuto says:

OMG. I have been doing this for the past few days, and my hips are feeling like they're brand new. Such a simple fix.
Thank you so much,
Dale D'Aiuto

MARION MOODY says:

Thank you 😊 found exercises were very doable and you were very encouraging.made me hot but happy.

Fariha Tabassum says:

thank you so much for the video.. I think it's helping 🙂

kaushalya kumari says:

Sir speek try to hindi

Joyce BF says:

Thank you. Spasticity is horrible for me. I'll try these.

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