Lower Back Pain
How to Treat and Prevent It
One of the Most Effective Methods for Long Term Help for Your Pain, is through Targeted, Easy, and Safe Exercises
Acute and Chronic Back Pain
Most who suffer from Acute or Chronic Lower Back Pain, need the proper foundation to learn to resolve it. Those who have been struggling with back pain, whether for a short time, or for their entire lives, can learn about the causes and proper tools necessary to prevent further injury and improve their recovery... MORE
Exercises That Help
FOR DETAILED AND EFFECTIVE LOWER BACK PAIN EXERCISES and STRETCHES
The Exercise Page contains photos and detailed instructions for many common lower back pain issues. These exercises and stretches are easy, short and safe to perform. Why Exercise as an integral part of recovery is important.... MORE
One Simple Rule to Protect Your Back
By following this one simple rule, you can prevent yourself from experiencing many episodes of pain and spasm. Many people do not realize how to bend down and lean forward in order to.... MORE
Activity and Pain
Pain that results from simple activities such as sitting, standing, bending or lifting for long periods should be addressed before it becomes worse. Your hips and hamstrings may feel very tight, causing hip, hamstring and back discomfort. Perhaps, you have issues with pain in the morning, spasms, stiffness or also disc or soft tissue injuries. These conditions are sometimes caused or worsened by lifestyle and poor posture during activity. Learn more about how your lifestyle may be contributing to your painful episodes.... MORE
The Value of Stretching
Many issues related to back pain are a result of muscular and joint imbalances that can be self-corrected through specific movements, stretches and exercises. Although some people are naturally more flexible and rarely need to stretch, this does not apply to the majority of us. Stretching is rarely regarded as an enjoyable activity. In fact, it is more seen as a chore, even considered by some a 'myth'. Learn about the importance of incorporating a correct AND enjoyable stretch regiment into your treatment plan.... MORE
How to Stretch Your Hamstrings Properly
Many of us do not realize that a common stretch that we are taught to perform is dangerous to your lumbar discs and should be avoided. It is important to avoid this often encouraged method and adopt a much safer one that isolates only the hamstring muscles groups. This stretch is for people who suffer lower back pain.... Read MORE , Go directly to the stretch....
Hamstring Stretch Technique
Learn of the importance of applying the correct methods of stretch and avoid the more risky ones. Stability Precedes Movement.... MORE
Your Lumbar Spine
The program that is encouraged here is designed to teach the value of the proper use of your muscles and joints, specifically your leg muscles, hip flexors, back and abdominal muscles. The correct use and function of these muscles are vital to maintaining much needed flexibility and stability of both your joints and lumbar spine.
When these areas do not receive adequate exercises, stretches and movements, their function and performance declines. They progressively lose their ability to provide much needed help and support while performing everyday tasks. Over time, the spine must sometimes perform beyond its ability and compensate for the lack of movement from the other essential muscle groups and joints.
It then takes on a greater workload and endures longer durations of stress. Other less vital muscles are also recruited to perform. These muscles do not have the ability to perform these tasks as well and therefore begin to fatigue. This results in strain and injury to both the muscles and lumbar spine due to improper use, over use, imbalances and weakness.
Read about your Lumbar Spine and how to protect it.... MORE
To prevent such injury, these 'protective' muscles should be retrained and reconditioned. The workload that we place on our bodies will then transfer from the lower back and spine, to the hips, leg muscles and stronger (and better suited) muscles involved. Pain will naturally decrease with reconditioning and retraining.
"Exercises and stretching can help ease back pain and greatly reduce the risk of future injury. Strengthening muscles around your back can prevent back strain, and having stronger stomach muscles can greatly reduce lumbar back pain. Anything that will help you do regular work to keep a limber and flexible back can reduce the risk of injury" Sports & Spine Orthopaedics. California, USA.
Long Term Proven Help
The challenge that we have now is to find the correct techniques and exercises to perform to reverse this painful condition. Most back pain suggestions available (although with very good intentions) are either too strict or too difficult to perform. The user quickly finds the exercises difficult, fatiguing or painful to perform. They then stop and continue to struggle to find the correct help. Incorrect exercises have the same effect and consequently result in the return of your pain.
Testimonials and Reviews
If you have significant concerns about whether or not an exercise program is the right option for you, you are not alone, your comfort and present level of injury to your back is a serious matter. However, this program is NOT a workout, it is rather a rehabilitation routine that you self learn at your own pace and comfort level. It is specific to those who are already hesitant and require a very safe pace in their recovery. For more, see, Concerns about Exercise, More Concerns and Why Exercise?
This Program helps to avoid this common problem and to provide careful, safe and easy exercises that can be performed at your own pace as your pain level decreases.
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