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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,085
12/5/13 10:24 A

The previous posters have given you some good advice. Your best bet is to talk to your doctor about what exercises are safe and what you should avoid.

Good luck!

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12/5/13 9:14 A

Have you been to a chiropractor?

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JAMIRBLAZE Posts: 1,135
12/5/13 9:06 A

Depending on what your back issue is, certain exercises need to be avoided. I strongly recommend talking to your doctor and maybe getting a referral to a physical therapist, if you can make it work with your budget and insurance. I did the same, and I'm lucky to have no limitations, but I do have exercises that I can do to keep me out of pain.

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12/5/13 8:57 A

What are good exercises to do when you have a bad back and when you walk to much is hurts more than before

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