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In-Home Exercises for a Stronger Back!

Imagine having the strength and resilience to conquer each day with a powerful and healthy spine. As your partner in health, we believe that your back, the literal backbone of your body, deserves attention and care to support you through life’s adventures.

Here are seven easy, at-home exercises you can do to support your spine.

Pelvic Tilts: This simple exercise helps to engage the core muscles and stabilize the lower back. By lying on your back and gently tilting the pelvis, you can gradually build strength in the muscles that support the spine.

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Cat-Cow Stretch: A classic yoga move, the cat-cow stretch promotes flexibility and mobility in the spine. This gentle, flowing motion can provide relief from tension and improve the overall health of the back.

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Plank Pose: Engaging multiple muscle groups, the plank pose is an effective way to strengthen the core and support the entire spinal column.

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Bird Dog Exercise: By extending one arm and the opposite leg while balancing on all fours, you can enhance stability and promote coordination, which contributes to a healthier, more resilient spine.

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Bridge Pose: This yoga posture targets the lower back, glutes, and hamstrings, offering a fantastic opportunity to fortify the muscles that play a crucial role in spinal support.

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Superman Exercise: Named after the iconic hero, this exercise involves lying face down and lifting the arms and legs simultaneously to engage the entire back, which can help build strength and stability.

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By incorporating these exercises into your routine, you can actively contribute to the strength and resilience of your back.

Exercises to avoid if you have back pain.

 

These popular exercises is are the worst exercises for people experiencing herniated discs and sciatica. The forward flexion of the spine puts enormous pressure on the discs of your spine.

1. Sit-ups/Crunches

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2. Straight Leg Raise

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3. Back Squats

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4. Deadlifts

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While most of these exercises remain easy and most patients

can perform these at home, it is best to see a professional

chiropractor for chiropractic adjustments and a custom

exercise regimen that will benefit you.

 

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