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Any rec's for poor posture (hunched back) and chronic back pain? Exercises, strategies for remedying years of bad habits..?
Exercise: Exercise, exercise, and then some more exercise; you can't imagine how much benefit you can get from simply waking 30 minutes per day; I have patients who lost @ 10 pounds just simply by waking their dogs 30 minutes per day. So keep moving to better health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain change: If your pain is improving then you are doing a good job exercising, if not see a doctor. ...Read more
Core: Core excercises are very good for low back pain. There are several examples of "core exercises" on the internet. Your physical therapist should also be able to show you examples. It is also important to stay flexible with emphasis on stretching your hamstrings. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower Back pain . Can gym exercises cause lower back pain? How to heal it and avoid further damage ?
Here are some...: Strenuous exercise on any part of body, especially to the sites not moving around often, will cause soreness, but expectantly fade away in few days. To avoid possible unwanted injury to the muscles, you have to adjust to what you can tolerate and gradually intensify the level of exercise. At times, you may need a trainer if you feel uncomfortable with your own common sense. More? Seek professional ...Read more
Back pain exercises: Neutral spine mcgill exercises are a great place to start. Quadriceps, hamstring, and pirifirmis exercises help. These are all on you tube. ...Read more
My back gets pretty sore after 18 holes. Are there any back pain exercises or other home remedies that could help me get back in shape quickly?
Should I do crunches, superman and/or toe touch exercises when I have lower back pain? What other exercises should not be done?
Core strengthening: Strengthening the core muscles can help chronic low back pain. This includes conditioning of the abdominal muscles and the low back muscles as well as the chest and lower extremities in a balanced fashion. Avoid impact exercises (such as long distance running) and try low-impact alternatives such as the elliptical machine or stationary bicycle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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