Stomach muscles and back muscles play a key role in the overall health of the spine and in the prevention of back pain episodes; this article describes these muscles and describes strengthening exercises.
For many, treadmills are a good choice to begin a new exercise routine because walking is well tolerated by most individuals regardless of fitness level and for most back conditions.
Enhance blood flow, promote healing, and improve overall fitness with these aerobic exercises aimed to reduce SI joint pain.
Aerobic exercises, such as walking, elliptical training, and water therapy, are low-impact and beneficial for treating piriformis syndrome.
This article outlines exercises for the back, including mat, water, and swiss ball exercises.
Specific back and abdominal exercises that strengthen the back and abdominal muscles can help most back pain, especially when caused by soft tissue injury or muscle strain.
Two back exercises — McKenzie exercises and dynamic lumbar stabilization — are really effective in strengthening the back and treating lower back pain.