For people who stand on their feet all day, back pain can be a major problem. These people probably suffer from a constant aching pain radiating from their low back. Long hours on their feet can cause muscle tissue to tighten and become compressed. Low back pain is a growing complaint of many in the health care profession. Luckily, there is an innovative and easy to use solution to their low back pain issues. Foam rollers can help relieve pain, improve recovery time, and decrease exercise related injuries. Adding 15 minutes of foam rolling into a daily routine can take low back pain out of the equation.
- A foam roller can be used for self massage and self therapy to relieve tightness and tension in the back or elsewhere.
- People want a high density foam roller, with a pleasant texture, so it will hold up during the workout.
- Pain in the back can radiate toward the spine from other areas of the body, so their workouts should target more than just the spine to get the most relief.
“Here, I’ve rounded up three videos that will show people how to use a foam roller to reduce or eliminate back pain.”