There is a wide range of back problems—from simple to chronic—and the one thing almost all of them have in common is that part of the long-term treatment involves exercise and fitness. A good exercise routine is key to reducing your chances of recurring pain.
Your lower back has a unique anatomy made up of different types of tissues, including bones, muscles, ligaments, nerves, and blood vessels. Here are 7 commonly overlooked tips that can help protect and stabilize your lower back.
A massage can provide soothing, healing, and rejuvenating benefits when you have lower back pain. Learn more about the specific muscles to focus on—your quadratus lumborum and your gluteus medius for the best results.