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need advice on what is the the best way to relieve upper and lower back pain?

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Dr. Douglas Tavenner, jr.
Cosmetic Dentistry 50 years experience
Osteopathic Doctor: Consult with a doctor or osteopathic medicine that is using manual manipulation. Some physical therapist are also trained in osteopathic manipulation. This is not a chiropractor!

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What is the best way to releive lower back pain?

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Exercise: There are many studies on the subject of lower back pain. The majority suggest the best method of controlling chronic lower back pain is exercise to create core strength and loose weight. I also suggest daily stretching and core strength exercises. You can find these exercises at: http://harvardneurosurgeon.Com/pt2.Html.
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What are the best ways to relieve lower back pain and build a stronger back?

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Strengthen stomach: And back muscles. Learn proper lifting techniques.

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