Can you recommend good low back pain exercises?

Yes. Check my stretches at this web site: http://harvardneurosurgeon.Com/pt2.Html.
SEE BELOW. I really cannot because i will prescribe back exercises based upon the physical examination and what i think is going on in the back. Therefore, one size does not fit all.

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Can you tell me if there are good low back pain exercises?

Lower back pain. Best to seek out a physical therapist that deals with low back pain, they have the most experience in this area. 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 more...

What are recommended exercises to do at the gym that will help ease my low back pain?

Back pain in young. Young patients rarely need further evaluation for back pain as it is usually self-limiting. For mild symptoms, muscle pains are most common. Consider also disc degeneration which is the rule not exception. If symptoms persist. Core strength is a start: pilates/yoga/piyo, nsaid's, salonpas hot patches. Mckenzie pt if no better but requires a doc's rx. Read more...

Low back pain. 8 mos post laminectomy. Need good lower back strengthening exercises. Pain dr. Claims says its bio mech changes in facets post surgery?

It could be facet. Pain, but often during laminectomies they obliterate the medial branch that feeds the facet, so it is not the only possibility and other things, like post-laminectomy syndrome, should be considered. A diagnostic block of the medial branch can be an easy way to find out if those small nerves are causing the pain or not. Pt should still be in the discussion as well. Read more...
Core. I would recommend formal physical therapy if not done recently. Granted it's time consuming but having someone observe your technique and plan for increasing your program intensity is valuable. Main home core programs should be discussed with your surgeon. They include front plank, side plank, (goal for >1minute planks) hamstring stretching. I would avoid sit ups, dead lifts, squats. Read more...
Could be anything. Many things can cause pain after surgery. Scar tissue, re-herniation, facet disease, weak muscles etc... Recommend start with the basic stuff like working your core and pt and if that does not help consider repeat MRI first before attempting other options that pain doc suggests. Read more...
Possibly. There is nothing about a laminectomy that should precipitate facet pain/arthritis. But patietns with spinal stenosis who require laminectomy often have multiple back issues including facet arthritis. There could be scarring after surgery causing some pain but typically you would have some leg pain as well. After completing pt and core exercises, facet pain can easily be tested with an injeciton. Read more...

Can exercise usually help low back pain?

Yes. Several large studies have shown that weight control and exercise are just as effective as surgery for long-term lower back pain control. Read more...
Yes. Of all of the treatments touted to help low back pain, exercise has consistently shown to be one of, if not the best way to treat lower back pain. There is no one "right" exercise for all people with back pain. Studies have shown that people who do any kind of exercise to keep themselves physically fit tend to have lower rates of back pain than people who do not exercise regularly. Read more...
It Can Heal. However, chronic low back pain may rear its ugly head every so often. You may be able to reduce the pain to enjoy most everything you do but you may need to be proactive with maintaining an exercise and core strengthening regimen and may even need periodic interventional treatments to keep the pain controlled. Read more...

Can exercise help or hurt low back pain?

Yes. Both can occur. Supervised physical therapy can alleviate problems with exercise induced pain but sometimes even therapy aggravates the pain. Diagnosis is key and will drive the recommendations. Read more...
Usually help. As long as your back pain is not from a referred source like a kidney stone or infection or due to an underlying spine infection or tumor, exercise is usually beneficial especially if it involves flexibility, core strengthening and cardiovascular training. Read more...

Can you recommend good lower back pain stretches?

McKenzie Exercises. Pt for back and neck conditions involve stretching, strengthening, and some range of motion. These exercises start very gently, and then are progressed by a certified pt based upon patient response. All patients are different, so the exact exercises differ as does the progress. Pilates is also excellent for the core (yoga and piyo other options) if you want non-medical option. Read more...

List of exercise bike that good for lower back pain?

Several ways. You must be proactive in terms of lifestyle changes including: weight control, regular exercising & not smoking. Make sure to have adequate sleep & good vitamin d/calcium intake. Stretching, core strenghtening and cardiovascular exercise are all important components of any regimen. Walking and biking, can be good cardiovascular components. Read more...
Exercise. Routine low impact aerobic exercise can reduce your overall pain (i.e. Walking cycling swimming) i would check with your primary doctor as well. Physical therapy may prescribed. Exercise bikes can be a good way to exercise to help your back but the best thing would be to find one that works best for you. A recumbent bike can often be helpful if you are comfortable in a sitting position. Read more...

What are good lower back pain stretches and exercises?

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...

What are some good excercises that will help ease my low back pain?

Core strengthening. Core strengthening (gluteus medius/minimus) and stretching of hamstrings/gluteus/it bands can also really help. If you only have time for one thing: hamstring flexibility! Read more...
Core Exercises. Typically core strengthening exercises are the best to help relieve pressure and forces in the spine. I would try and google some or look them up on youtube to see descriptions. If you can do them yourself, wonderful otherwise ask your doctor to get a referral to a good physical therapist for further assistance. Read more...