The Number One Back Pain Treatment
A lot of Americans sit behind a desk all day. Not only can it be extremely boring, but it is very hard on your upper and lower back. If you don’t maintain and nurture your back early on in your career, you will have lifelong back problems. Once you start noticing back pain, or even before you start feeling pain, try these stretches and exercises to mitigate any injury and soreness. When a doctor talks about chronic back pain, they typically mean back pain that lasts anywhere from three to six months or longer.
It doesn’t matter if you have a history of back pain or not.
This back pain treatment can benefit anyone with chronic back pain. Once you’ve hit three months of back pain, you should have already been in physical therapy. If you’re not in physical therapy, see your doctor immediately because you are already behind on treatment. You will also have to get some imaging done on your back to try to narrow down the cause of your back pain. Finally, you’ll need to follow up with your doctor on a regular basis. Don’t take back pain lightly. If you don’t find and treat the cause of your pain it could become a lifelong problem.