I Recently developed a parastomal hernia. Months prior to that, I was starting to work out more and more. I still walk daily, but, I would still like to do some strength training. Specifically, my arms. Are there any exercises I can do to strengthen my arms without putting any strain on my abdomen? I tried doing some, but, I can't help but feel there is some strain on my abdomen still. Thanks.
hi from Baltimore.i have a sergecal hernia Iâ€™m weaighting to get smaller.but I donâ€™t lift weaights with stoma.i do the tye che and isometrics iswing a sledgehammer like a sword ðŸ—¡ with the tyeche slow movement.and meditate.when they finish with you you now have to learn to watch not to hurt your self.diet and keeping moving every day will keep you fit.live long and prosper.kemoÂ
Hello bukowski. With all types of exercise it's wise to take it in small steps to increase whatever you are doing. I've had my hernias from day one so they were not caused by anything untoward that I did. However, not wanting to aggravate them, over the years I haveÂ gradually increased my activities (and worn hernia belts) until I can now do more or less what I used to do, including gradening and DIY (concreting etc.) which included heavy lifting.Â
I also do Tai Chi and Chi Qong. Good excercise without hurting yourself:)
Hello friend I have the same as you and understand how you are feeling. If anyone gives you info on training without the strain please tell me and I'll do the same to you also. Stay healthy paul
I have the same and I run 7 miles a day and workout at the gym, do sit ups and all. No issuesÂ