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Exercising with Lower Back Pain
Increase Strength & Flexibility to Decrease Pain
12/17/2013 8:52:12 AM
SparkPeople...is the best resource I have found in the last five years. I too have backpain, and it is hard to do some exercises, but your website reaches out to every type of person with real excuses to not exercise. Nicole's demonstrations are so clear, and I even told my PT people about you. You do have info that follows their programs. Keep up the great support. NF
I have had 7 spine surgeries and deal with chronic back pain. My best advice is, water fitness, walking in water, water aerobics.
6/24/2013 1:22:31 PM
The chair exercise has been awesome!!! I can finally ditch my cybertech medical back brace! If you do need a back brace I would highly recommend the one I have been wearing from Braceability.com! Good luck! and Do these workouts! They will make a huge difference in your quality of life!
6/8/2013 8:20:05 PM
I did the cardio chair exercise and it felt great.since I suffer from several back pains everyday,I have been afraid of exercise.so far this is working.I will tell more about it tomorrow
This article came right on time for me. My lower back has been bothering me for over a week now. I have degenerative disc. I have been walking everyday... but this morning at the track I could only walk a mile....Ugh.... my lower back really started hurting bad...so I had to stop. I am going to try these exercises to strenghten my back. I refuse to let this get me down and stop my progress.
thanks for this helpful and timely article. I had lower back surgery years ago and I can vouch for these exercises. I can give you a better forecast than the weatherman. But as much as exercising may cause strain...so does lack of exercise.
Great article! There are many causes of lower back pain in men and women and I think it is imperative to consult qualified medical professionals before starting a new exercise routine. Great advice. Thank you. http://dallasnaturaldoctor.com
4/25/2013 11:58:30 AM
Well exercise may be worse if you have different type of pain , everything depends on cause of pain , some cause may ever require surgery check out this article about causes : http://lower-rightback-pain.com/lower-ri ght-back-pain-causes/
3/14/2013 7:01:49 PM
When I suddenly had severe lower back pain, the first thing I did was go to my orthopedist. He prescribed about one week of rest and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, and then I had a couple months of physical therapy. It really helped!
Appreciate individual comments & concerns. I went to physical therapist and learned several things among which are twisting probably is not good for back, pelvic tilts are excellent, and the exercises in this articled are in general agreement with my PT.
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