Around 25 percent of American adults suffer from lower back pain that last about a full day in the past three months. This makes lower back pain one of the most common issues for patients to visit their physicians. Read on to learn what doctors say you should do, as well as tips and tricks to heal pain.
- The American College of Physicians is now recommending people choose exercise and yoga before reaching for a pill bottle to treat back pain.
- The American College of Physicians reports about 25 percent of American adults struggle with lower back pains lasting anywhere from a day in the past three months, making lower back pain one of the most common reasons for patients to visit their physicians.
- One yoga position that will really help if you are experiencing lower back pains is called the seated spinal twist. You place your left hand on your right thigh, and your right hand at either the top of the chair or the seat of the chair. You breathe in to lift your spine and breathe out as you twist.
"Haines had her own experiences with back pains when she developed a spinal fusion from multiple injuries in the past, but she found the most successful remedy was through yoga and not medication."