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Lower Back Pain Exercises

Medical treatments for back pain can be quite hard to find – many of us aren’t sure what actually works, and may therefore spend a lot of time trying out a little bit of everything in an effort to find the right solution. If this sounds like you then lower back exercises might be the best thing for you. It is good to find something that you can do to help yourself, something that you can do to prevent back pain and to treat it when it arises.  Exercise will help to strengthen your back and make it much less stressful on a day-to-day basis. By giving your back extra strength, it can support the rest of your body more readily and help you to avoid the pain that you may be suffering from at the moment.


McKenzie Lower Back Pain Exercises



Lower back pain exercises can vary depending on what you are able to do and what you feel is actually helping your back. One of the most popular forms of exercise for your back is the well-known chronic back pain solution known as the McKenzie technique.  Robin McKenzie’s book “Treat Your Own Back”, outlines a series of exercises to suit different kinds of back pain, and by following the advice in this book it is possible for many people to improve their back pain.  This is a hugely popular programme of exercises which can help relieve tension in your back and ensure that you have a more comfortable lifestyle.

For some patients, the McKenzie exercise regime is enough to get the job done. For others, though, it’s not so simple. When your back has been damaged, you may need to seek help initially to reduce the pain in your back before you are able to manage your pain through exercise alone.  A series of acupuncture treatments can make all the difference to your back pain, and this is worth a try, especially if nothing else seems to be helping.  At Centre of Balance in Hamilton we offer a 100% money back guarantee that you will notice an improvement in your level of pain and/or range of movement after the first treatment.  After a course of treatments (the number will be different for each individual), your back can be in a state where you are able to maintain your pain-free condition with the continued practice of exercises such as those outlined in the McKenzie technique.

Some patients may find that the McKenzie exercises can be painful for them at first.  If this is the case, then you should really stop and get some acupuncture treatment first.

If you are struggling with your back and want to get it in a working, usable condition once again then contact us NOW on 07 855 7115 or email us NOW to book an appointment with one of our pain expert team for more information. Centre of Balance in Hamilton offers a fast, professional and reliable acupuncture service to help deal with chronic lower back pain. Back pain can be very debilitating, so if you are willing to take the time to find help, acupuncture and back exercises are the way to go. 


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