Exercises for Back Pain

Exercises for Back Pain

75% of the Indian population reported lifetime prevalence of lower back pain (LBP), as per a study in 2009. Despite such a high coincidence of back pain across Indian populations,  a typical response to back pain is to take it easy: either staying in bed or at least stopping any strenuous activity — resting for more than a day or two can actually undermine healing and worsen pain.

“My back used to hurt all the time and now I don't feel it anymore" is a phrase we hear a lot from people who seek Exercise prescription from us at ReLiva physiotherapy clinics, consistently. So what is it about “Exercise as Medicine” that works so well for back pain relief?

Can I do exercises with lower back pain?

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Low Back Pain, You’re not the only one

Low Back Pain

You're not the only one

Low back pain (LBP) is very common and reported by 80% of people at some time in their life but a lot of people just live with the pain. Many a times, LBP is not serious and will usually get better with rest and movement.

For everyday causes of lower back pain, standard at-home pain management is a reasonable approach. In fact, most cases of lower back pain are caused by a muscle strain and will get better relatively quickly and do not require treatment from a medical professional.

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Back Pain – Causes, Self Care, FAQ and Home Exercise

Back Pain  I  Causes  I  Risk Factors  I  FAQ

Eighty percent of us will experience back problems at some point in our lives. Back pain is ranked second only to headaches as the most frequent cause of pain, and tops the list of workplace injuries, causing more loss of time, disability and money than any other workplace injury. Our backs are a carefully engineered network of bones, tendons, ligaments, and nerves that help balance and bear the weight of our bodies and the loads we carry. Any minor damage or imbalance to this delicate system can stress muscles and joints, causing pain and injury. A lifetime of poor posture, poor lifting, bending and reaching, and twisting activities can gradually weaken your back’s supportive structures as well as cause pain and injury.

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