Be Spine Care Aware. Get the back support you need. Click the links below for back care basics, back exercises, other ways to help prevent future back problems and to find ways to get relief.
- Back Pain, Treatment Options and Prognosis
- When Should I Visit a Doctor for Back and Neck Related Problems?
- Symptoms Chart. What Your Symptoms Indicate
- Should You Have an MRI For Low Back Pain?
- The Role of Conservative Spine Care
- When to Start Using a Backrest for Lower Back Support When Sitting
- Where Can I Get a Good Backrest for Sitting
- Ways to Care for Your Back When Sitting
- What Can I Do to Help Prevent Lower Back Injury and Pain ?
- Pain Relief Through a Focus on Function
- Home Remedies for the Neck and Back
- Preventing Neck and Back Pain
- Healthy Back Tips
- First Aid Remedies for Back and Neck Pain
- Spine Care Guide
- Preventing Travel Aches and Strains
- Why Sitting Too Much is Dangerous
Struggling with Low Back Pain?
Many people are surprised to learn that carefully selected exercise can actually reduce back pain. Some exercises can even provide quick and significant pain relief and speed recovery. Once your pain lessens or disappears, exercise can restore back movement and muscle strength to help protect against future pain.
The following links demonstrate and explain simple exercises recommended to help prevent and relieve low back pain.
The best way to prevent injury and spine related pain is by improving posture and having strong, flexible muscles and joints that resist strain and injury. With many cases of neck and back pain, certain exercises can help relieve episodes of pain. The back and neck generally respond well to movement and exercise. Always stretch slowly and progress at your own pace, never do any exercise that causes increased pain.
IMPORTANT: Exercise – like any therapy – is not without its risks. These, or any other exercise programs, may result in pain or injury. To reduce your risk of injury, consult your chiropractor, medical doctor, or physical therapist before beginning any exercise program. The advice shown is not intended as a substitute for a medical consultation, Stuart A. Firsten, DC and http://www.ChiropractorPro.com disclaim any liability from and in connection with these exercises. As with any exercise program, if at any point during your routine you begin to feel faint, dizzy, or have physical discomfort, you should stop immediately and consult a physician.
- Spinal Core Stabilization Exercise Video
- Lower Back Exercises
- Neck Exercise
- Strengthening / Prevention Exercise
- Low Back Exercise
Information from Spine-Health.com. Learn more about Chiropractic Treatments for Back Pain, Subluxation and Chiropractic Manipulation, Chiropractor Examination and Diagnosis, Physiologic Therapeutics and Chiropractic Care, Exercise and Chiropractic Care, Reactions Following a Chiropractic Adjustment, Spinal Manipulation and Chiropractic Research, Chiropractor Educational Requirements and Integration of Care.
Interactive Spine Anatomy
Preventing Back Problems
- How To Lift Safely
- Preventing Back Pain at Work and at Home
- Preventing Back Pain: Tips for New Moms
- Backpack Safety Guide
- Heavy Backpacks Can Spell Chronic Back Pain for Children
National Institutes of Health – Back Pain Websites