ABDOMINAL HERNIA – REHABILITATION EXERCISES
Recovery from abdominal hernia can be a long and painful experience. Although at first the patient can do little more than try to restore normal patterns of motion without pain in the affected area should eventually move to a series of exercises designed to strengthen and reinforce the abdominal area to avoid the possibility of relapse. A three-stage progression of exercises is available for those looking to rehabilitate his hernia.
The goal of rehabilitation is to strengthen abdominal hernia abdominal muscles, to the point where they can safely withstand the rigors of daily business without being damaged again.
Phase 1 – Abs ‘without sitting’ Sponsor Ads
Our rehabilitation program is started with the most basic variation of the abdominal possible. Abs are chosen for the rehabilitation due to its low learning curve large number of variants and alternatives.
The first will be performed abdominal crunches are not really at all. Lie on the floor on your back with your feet on the floor and knees bent at a 90 degree angle. Keep your hands in contact with the ground or on the chest. Now start the movement of traditional abdominal (contract your abdominal muscles and lift the torso starts to ground), but stop when you start to feel the tension in your abs, before your shoulder blades (shoulder) clear the floor. This is all you will be doing in the first phase of rehabilitation.
Remember to keep breathing naturally throughout this exercise. Holding your breath and increase abdominal pressure after hernia surgery is a good way to reopen his injury. Start slowly (perhaps with a set of less than five repetitions), and gradually work up to three sets of 15 repetitions. When you complete all three series, go to second phase.
Phase 2 – Crunches / Abdominal limited / Crunches The second phase of the program will use its newly recovered abdominal strength and make things a little more difficult. Assume the same position as in the first exercise (lying on the floor with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle). Rather than simply raise the torso up some tension, here we will raise our shoulders soil completely. Shrinkage Continue until both blades have completely cleared the soil surface, but it stops there. Return to the initial position, and this completes one repetition. Again, start slowly and gradually add more reps and sets. When you complete three sets of 15 repetitions, you can move to phase three.
Phase 3 – Complete Abs and more The third phase of the program is designed to return to the level of strength he possessed before the hernia. Assume the same general position as in the first two phases. Instead of stopping with just your shoulder blades (shoulders) off the ground, the movement continues until the torso is at a 45 degree angle with the floor. This is the basic position for the year, and the final step of his rehabilitation. Train with this exercise of 45 degrees until you can perform three sets of 15.
For those who want to further protect your abs against future injury, the next step is doing crunches on an incline of 45 degrees. Gradually work your way up until you can do three sets of 15 repetitions. If you’ve gotten this far, congratulations. It is very likely that nothing you do in your daily life will make your abdominal hernia relapse.