5 Easy Low Back Pain Relief Treatments while Seated

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With low back pain, sometimes it can be hard to lie down and get up. Here are some easy ways to help relieve low back pain while seated.

First, a seated cat/cow and figure 4 stretch are great ways to get the muscles in the low back and hips loosened up.

Another great way to help relieve low back pain is with a TENS Unit. The PainX TENS Therapy by Soterix Medical is wireless, which makes it easy to place the unit and be able to continue with your daily activities. It is also easy to place on the low back because it is just one large electrode instead of several smaller ones.

Buy Low Back WorksheetFinally, a QL stretch and a seated trunk roll down will help stretch the low, middle, and upper back to help relieve back pain.

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