Living With Back Pain

Exercise Lower Back Pain

Exercise lower back pain makes the muscles in your back, stomach, hips and thighs strong and flexible. You can keep in good physical condition by being active in recreational activities like running, walking, bike riding, and swimming. Specific exercises for lower back pain relief are directed toward strengthening and stretching your back, stomach, hip and thigh muscles to alleviate back muscle pain.

 Your doctor will surely help you manage these back pain exercises. It is important to exercises for back pain regularly, every other day. Before exercising you should warm up with slow, rhythmic exercises. Two of the most effective back pain remedy exercise are:

1.Pelvic tilt:
Lie on your back with your knees bent. In this relaxed position, the small of your back will not be touching the floor. Tighten your abdominal muscles so that the small of your back presses flat against the floor. Hold for five seconds then relax. Repeat three times and gradually build to 10 repetitions.

2. Knees-to-chest:
Lie on your back with both legs straight. Bring one knee up to your chest, pressing the small of your back into the floor (pelvic tilt). Hold for five seconds and repeat five times. Repeat exercise on other leg.

These two exercises for lower back pain are very effective. Active forms of back pain support exercise are typically necessary to rehabilitate the spine and help relieve back pain. Importantly, a regular back pain treatment routine provides patients with the means to help avoid recurrences of lower back pain and leg numbing, and helps reduce severity and duration of potential future occurrences of low back pain.