How healthy is your spine backbone?

Posted by admin on January 17, 2013

spinal1. Touch your backbone. The procedure is:
• painful   –   2
• a slightly painful   –  1
• painless  –   0
2. Touch your trapeziums  muscles.  They areThere is
• strained    –   2
• a slightly strained  –   1
• relaxed   –   0
3. From a standing position, try to touch the floor with the tips of your fingers. This exercise is
• easy     –   0
• hard   –   2
• causes  pain in the spine    backbone    –   3
4. In the sitting position, try to touch your knees with your the forehead. This exercise causes
• tension in the popliteal regions   –   1
• backache  –   3
• no discomfort  –   0
5. Try to touch to grab with your hands behind theyour back (one hand through your shoulder, anotherthe second from bottom).
• can not   –   2
• fingers  touch   –   1
• hands is touchgrabs   –  0
6. Lying on your back, bend your legs at a  90* angle of 90* at the knee and hip joints. Try to keep as long as possible.
• Hold as long as I want   –  0
• both legs are tired  –  1
•  one leg  is tired  –   3
• backache –   2
7. Try to take by mouth joints of bent fingers.
• CanI take at least two fingers   into my mouth at least two fingers  –  3
• only two fingers  –   2
• three fingers and more  –   0
8. Touch your shoulder with your chin (without lifting the shoulders).
• can not  –   3
• I can , but the movement is painful  –   2
• I can make it easy  –   0
0-3 Your spine is healthy, you needs only preventive care: daily exercises, balanced diet,  emotional comfort.
3-15 Pathological changes in the spine are alarming. You need treatment as soon as possible.
More than 15 points. Your spine is in critical condition. Is an urgent need for treatment.

 

Dr Nehama Milson

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