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ZRIE014 Posts: 355,937
12/6/17 12:37 A

you need to exercise with lower back pains, but you need to be safe also.

BOOTYLICIOUS83 SparkPoints: (59,600)
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12/5/17 9:39 P

whenever i pull a back muscle ( usually at work) i always do yoga. really helps to lossen whatever hurts.

NITEMAN3D Posts: 25,792
11/29/17 3:40 A

See your Doc, then walk, walk, walk.


JOSEPH1939 Posts: 20
11/28/17 10:01 A

Read the Book "Cooked" about the back pain industry with some positive steps to take. A must read for people who havwe bak pain and many do

11/24/17 7:41 P

Your first step would be to get a good evaluation by a doctor...and ask for a referral to a physical therapist. In just a session or two, they can give you exercises which will target the cause of your back pain... which you can then safely do at home.

Based on a recent experience of my own (and a referral from a good friend and my doctor) you might also check into acupuncture for pain relief....

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 67,132
11/24/17 2:36 P

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 32,317
11/24/17 10:06 A

The best idea is do to whatever is indicated for your particular problem.
The wrong exercise can make things worse!

LADYREDCOMET SparkPoints: (178,879)
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11/24/17 9:46 A

It's really going to depend on what the problem is. Your best bet is to consult with your doctor/chiropractor.

We can't give you specific advice here, only generalized recommendations. If you have a medical issue, you really should talk with a qualified professional.

LOUIE-LILY Posts: 5,904
11/24/17 8:42 A

I started out just walking and building up strength. I would also clear anything more strenuous with dr/chiropracter...
Good luck!

JOSEPH1939 Posts: 20
11/24/17 8:35 A


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