Improve Lower Back Pain

Improve Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain and issues with spinal posture can be detrimental to living a comfortable lifestyle. If you have experienced back pain or been diagnosed with a disc/vertebral injury corrective exercise is for you.

Specific, controlled and monitored exercises can allow soft tissues structures of the spinal region to alleviate discomfort in the back. Along with this, neuromuscular activation of deep core muscles will assist in reducing loading pressure through the lower back - all of which can be achieved through postural techniques and exercises.

Disc bulges in the lower back can be very painful if not treated properly. Here are a few quick tips to protect a disc bulge or lower back pain;

  • Avoid bending forward through the spine - This squeezes the disc and puts pressure on nerves in the spine.
  • Try to sleep on your side to prevent any excessive curves in your spine.
  • Wear comfortable low-heeled shoes.
  • When sitting, use a lumbar support if possible - this will assist in reducing the pressure on the lower back. Always sit up tall and keep shoulders back.

For more information on how you can take control of your lower back and reduce day to day pain contact one of Corrects exercise rehabilitation specialists on 0413 824 483 or email us.

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