Chronic lower back pain is dreadful! If you have it, you know it. When you wake up in the morning worried about hurting or try to not move a specific way so you won’t hurt your lower back, you get exhausted of chronic lower back pain. New Roads Chiropractic Center appreciates this and is here to help.
New Roads chronic lower back pain responds well to our chiropractic care which involves exercise recommendations to your tolerance. Researchers study exercise for chronic lower back pain relief and report that exercise relieves it. (1). How? It all starts with your head, rather within your head. Let go of the fear. Fear of pain holds you back from living it up in New Roads. Helpful exercise for chronic lower back pain relief starts moderately and easily and building up to more over time. The goal of exercise isn’t to run a marathon or mountain climb necessarily, but to enjoy your life again. Right?
So start with some simple New Roads lower back pain exercises like our “basic 10.” You don’t have to run out and buy new New Roads lower back exercise tools. Just start with you and a few reps and build up your strength. If you have a stability ball and find it fun to work with, check out our stability ball exercises for back pain relief. They’re fun and simple. Check with us first, of course, before starting!
Now, if you want to give yourself a little extra boost, you’ll like this new research study. Strength-training as little as 6 times a month may help. Those who did this for 6 months found an extra 12% of relief. (2) Not bad! But also not totally necessary. You’ll do well if you just exercise gently at home as New Roads Chiropractic Center demonstrates.
As your chronic lower back pain relief partner, New Roads Chiropractic Center is here to share its chiropractic services as well as some tips to exercise for pain relief. Let’s talk about exercise for your chronic lower back pain at your next New Roads chiropractic visit. Contact us today!
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