Healing Disc Herniation with Deadlifts

Research suggests axial load on an injured lumbar disc can lead to an anabolic process in the disc or a catabolic process. Do you know how to apply that load? In this survey of the literature, we will combine the current bench science with what we have learned in working on the gym floor with the athletes at Kabuki Strength for 15 years.

Research suggests axial load on an injured lumbar disc can lead to an anabolic process in the disc or a catabolic process. Do you know how to apply that load? In this survey of the literature, we will combine the current bench science with what we have learned in working on the gym floor with the athletes at Kabuki Strength for 15 years.

Biography

 Dr. Phillip Snell holds an adjunct faculty position at the University of Western States and has a clinical chiropractic practice in Portland, OR at Kabuki Strength Lab where he has worked with multiple world record-holding powerlifters for 15 years. He is also the co-developer of NeuroCentric Approach® and creator of the FixYourOwnBack program. He lectures internationally to other medical providers on the use of exercise interventions and manual therapy in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation.

Dr. Phillip Snell holds an adjunct faculty position at the University of Western States and has a clinical chiropractic practice in Portland, OR at Kabuki Strength Lab where he has worked with multiple world record-holding powerlifters for 15 years. He is also the co-developer of NeuroCentric Approach® and creator of the FixYourOwnBack program. He lectures internationally to other medical providers on the use of exercise interventions and manual therapy in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation.

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