The 5 STEPS for Pain Recovery

The 5 STEPS for Pain Recovery What do  Stretches & Exercises  have to do with relieving pain from a sore neck or back? Lots. Research in spine care show that a key part of the recovery therapy and rehabilitation process involves exercise, prevention and movement.

Stretch. Treatment. Exercise. Prevent. Strengthen : nonsurgical aspects of care

1. Stretch

If your posture or activities are a problem, make it a habit to stretch those muscles regularly. If you have back pain from sitting at a desk all day, stretches that reverse that posture could help.

2. Exercise

Learn how to maintain a comfortable and healthy posture, with Stretches. These postures are gears to make your body more flexible and agile.

3. Treatment

Improper lifting technique can lead to back, leg, and arm pain. Poor technique can cause both acute injury and serious long-term effects. Learning the right way to lift will help you avoid these problems. Most people know this, but actually taking the time to perform lifting activities properly is often forgotten.

4. Prevent

Our occupation and our increasingly sedentary lifestyles can lead to back pain because of poor posture.

If it continues it can lead to longer term problems later in life, so it’s beneficial to know what good posture looks like.

5. Strengthen

A long-term solution to help manage back pain is by strengthening the back-supporting muscles which weaken over time.

A strong core provides good support for the spine. 

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