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Plantation / PRC - Back Pain
At one time or another, most of us will have the unfortunate experience of feeling acute or chronic pain in our back. As the most common reason for going to the doctor or missing work, back pain is a simple yet frustrating ailment that plagues most Americans at some point in their lives. Fortunately, straightforward approaches can be taken to reduce the likelihood of back pain appearing and find relief from existing pain in the back. Simple measures like bed rest, strength building exercises, and low-impact aerobic exercise are effective in finding pain relief from acute or chronic back pain. You can also look into some simple lifestyle changes like using an ergonomically designed chair or mattress, such as the ones found at Relax The Back in Plantation.
If your back pain is sudden or acute, taking a few days to rest allows the muscles in your back to recover. Finding a mattress that supports the natural curvature of your spine is a helpful way to fight back pain, such as the ones found at Relax The Back in Plantation. Too much rest, however, can cause more harm than good by allowing the muscles in your back to weaken, making them more susceptible to further injury. Studies have shown that light aerobic activities such as walking and swimming can keep your back strong while creating an environment conducive to healing. Don’t go running all over Plantation though! Over-exerting yourself can be just as detrimental as too much bed rest.
Keeping your core strong and able is a great way to reduce the likelihood of further back pain. Exercises that target the muscles that support your back — such as the gluteus, abdomen, and hip muscles — is important for taking pressure off your back when performing various activities.
To find out more about ways you can find relief from your chronic or acute back pain, visit Relax The Back in Plantation today! Our back care product consultants will be happy to assist you in creating a personalized plan for finding pain relief.