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Exercises for Back Pain

People who suffer from lower back pain are often encouraged to facilitate their own recovery through the use of frequent exercise and physical therapy. One of the keys to recovering from back pain or back surgery is to undergo proper rehabilitation. This includes the stretching, strengthening and lengthening the back muscles as well as aerobic conditioning.

Exercise is a way to stimulate the healing process. If a back pain problem is persistent, the body is sending a message that it needs activity. Active exercise is a natural stimulus for the healing process. Dedication to an appropriate, comprehensive exercise and rehabilitation program has cured many individuals of their chronic back pain. Continued chronic back pain after starting an exercise program may signify a serious medical condition.

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    • Jesse Cannone

      Fitness Expert, Post Rehab Specialist and Co-founder of The Healthy Back Institute

    • Steve Hefferon, CMT, CPRS

      Sports Massage Therapist and Co-Founder of The Healthy Back Institute

    • Dr. Carolyn Dean M.D., N.D.

      Wellness Consultations by Phone Author of twelve health books, which create a unique bridge between allopathic and natural medicine.

    • Dr. Brian Paris, DC

      Doctor of Chiropractic Care Director Advanced Spine & Wellness Center

    • John Howard, L.Ac

      Licensed Acupuncture Practitioner and Director of the Maryland Acupuncture Clinic - A Bridge between Eastern and Western Medicine

    • Brad Walker

      Flexibility expert and Founder & CEO of The Stretching Institute

    • Dr. Mark Wiley

      Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Ph.D. in Alternative Medicine Mind-Body Health Practitioner, Author, Celebrated Teacher

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