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Lower back pain is very popular in bodies. Please speak with your physical therapist before attempting these exercises.  Physical therapy...

Lower back pain is very popular in bodies. Please speak with your physical therapist before attempting these exercises. 
Physical therapy uses a collection of methods to help a body feel better. Movement combinations, massage, stimulating the muscle, chiropractic adjustments, dry needling are all examples of physical therapy techniques.
Physical therapists, also known as PT’s, are educated to create unique plans for each patient. The plan goals are to decrease pain by strengthening the body. In some instances, care is used to release knots, or trigger points in the body. Sometimes these knots create a lot of pain. Often times, patients believe there is more going on with their bodies when it can be a constricted, tight muscle. Treatment can include exercise, stretches, and education on pain.
The following three common physical therapy exercises address lower back pain. They have been designed to reduce tightness in tense muscles and fortify weaker ones. Usually, strengthening muscles can restore necessary balance of the body. That balance helps to restore your body to a more natural state.

PLAY POUNCE POSE


lower back pain

  1. Get on all fours.
  2. Make sure your hips are at a comfortable distance.
  3. Begin to “walk” your hands forward.
  4. Maintain your hips over your knees.
  5. Your head may rest on the ground.
  6. Bring your arms forward and stretch (lightly-don’t push it)
  7. Take 5 full breaths.
  8. Rest for 15 seconds.
  9. Repeat.

FORWARD FOLD RAG DOLL


lower back pain stretch

  1. Stand up.
  2. Make sure your feet are wider than your hips width apart.
  3. Bend at the waist and let your head drop.
  4. Your head needs to hang loosely. Take 5 deep breaths.

STANDING HAM STRETCH


lower back pain flex

You know exactly the feeling of having tight hamstrings. Did you know that the tightness of your hamstrings could be responsible for your lower back pain? Feel free to stabilize yourself against a wall. You may also use a stool or chair to hold on to.
  1. Stand Up.
  2. Feet need to be shoulder width apart.
  3. Place your right foot six inches in front of the left foot.
  4. Flex your foot with toes pointed up toward your face.
  5. Bend at your knee (left). You may need help flexing your foot up towards your face. Use your left arm to help you lift.
  6. Your right knee should be kept as straight as possible.
  7. Make sure your hips are even and square.
  8. HOLD YOUR STRETCH FOR THREE BREATHS.
These exercises are just a few out of a long list of exercises that one can do to stretch their back. Keep in mind that it is more safe for your Doctor of physical therapy to walk you through these exercises.Additionally, you can explore the Kneeling T Spine Rotation, Lying Hip Twists, and Dead bugs. These exercises have not been approved by the physical therapy clinics listed here.
When you are in the El Paso area you can reach out to several different physical therapists. Enclosed are three we have heard great things about. 
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Tier 1 Physical Therapy.
Fyzical Physical Therapy.

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