5 General Back Pain Relief Treatments

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General back pain can literally stop you in your tracks. It can affect the way you walk, movement, and even prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep. These 5 back pain treatments may help.

The first back pain treatment is a pelvic tilt. Pelvic tilts are a great easy and gentle way to get your core and pelvis muscles moving and activating. When done correctly, it can help relax your back.

Next is a bridge. Bridges help strengthen the glutes, hamstrings, and trunk area which can help relieve general back pain. Make sure you are doing slow and controlled movements to get the best results.

Another treatment is to relax the deep spinal muscles. This can be done with pressure or trigger point releasing. There are many ways you can do this. One great way is using the Cordus. It helps put pressure on the deep spinal muscles while leaving a space so you aren’t getting a lot of pressure on your spinous process.

Then there is a trunk rotation. This will help get the muscles on the sides of your back stretched out and relaxed.

Finally is a knee to chest. This helps open up the spaces in the lumbar spine, and can give you back pain relief pretty quickly.

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