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People who have back pain will often experience it when they first get up in the morning. These quick stretches should help relieve back pain before even getting out of bed!

Starting off with a knee to chest stretch and a trunk rotation stretch are great ways to get the low back muscles loosened up and relaxed.

A pelvic tilt is a combination between a stretch and an exercise. It’s a great way to reset the muscles in the low back and hips to help stabilize the area before getting out of bed.

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