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Five stretches recommended by chiropractors for your low back.

Jan 12

If you're like the majority of people, you'll probably have lower back pain at some point in your life.


Fortunately, with the assistance of a chiropractor, there are techniques to alleviate the pain and reduce its incidence. For example, exercise, stretching, appropriate posture, and ergonomic furniture can strengthen and stretch your core and back muscles.


Discover the five (5) stretches advised by most chiropractors to help relieve lower back discomfort. 


Pelvic Tilt


Your knees should be bent as you lie on your back with both feet flat on the ground. Press the small of your back onto the surface while you "scoop" your pelvis into the floor. After holding for one count, unwind and repeat 20 to 30 times. Remember to breathe throughout this and all of the other exercises!


The pelvic tilt is an excellent approach to promote spine mobility, decrease lower back pain, and strengthen your core muscles. Furthermore, strengthening your core can aid in the performance of other workouts such as running, cycling, and yoga. So, try pelvic tilting for better health and well-being!


Supine Bridge


Take the beginning spot that was previously mentioned. Push your hips as high into the air as you can when it is comfortable to do so, and at the same time, force your arms palms down to the floor at your sides. Before releasing, hold for one count—15 to 10 times.


Use a resistance band or weights to create stress to make the exercise more challenging. In addition, if you have the strength, lift one knee at a time while in the bridge position, switching sides after each rep.


This exercise should cause your glutes to burn; this will show you that it is effective. To ensure you maintain good form and get the most out of each repetition, keep your core engaged throughout. If carried out properly, this exercise should increase your strength and stamina while toning and firming up your glutes.


Supine Twist


Lay down on your back. Bring your knees to your abdomen with the aid of your hands, then slowly lower them to the right. To ensure your hips and shoulders are in line, tilt your body to the left. 


If you want a more profound twist, you can gently press your knees down with your right hand while keeping your arms in a T position on the floor. Hold for 30 to 60 seconds, then switch to the opposite side.


Bird Dog


Begin quadrupedally on the floor with your hands and knees precisely beneath your shoulders and hips (respectively). The floor should be your point of focus. First, make sure your abs are tight (but don't "suck in"), then slowly extend your right arm and left leg while keeping them parallel to your body. Hold for one count, then repeat 10–20 times on the opposite side.




Assume that you are in the quadruped start position mentioned above. Lift your chest, drop your belly, bring your shoulder blades down your back, and then lightly gaze up for one or two counts. Then, with your gaze directed downward and your spine straining to press toward the ceiling, gradually round out your back while standing firmly on one foot. All told 20–30 times.


Knowing Your Limits


You are most familiar with your body. If any of these exercises hurt, you feel uncomfortable, or if you need to rest because you are fatigued, stop doing them. It's critical to pay attention to your body's demands and take breaks when needed.


Be mindful of how intense your workouts are; don't push yourself too far, and allow time for recovery between sessions.


Be sure to eat healthy meals and drink plenty of water. Keep your workout goals interesting, attainable, and reasonable. When you fail to achieve a goal or find a challenging activity, it's simple to get disheartened. Proper nutrition, exercise, rest, and relaxation are essential for a permanent sensation of well-being.


It's crucial to push yourself, but don't push yourself too far; be aware of your boundaries and make adjustments as necessary.


Are You Struggling with Lower Back Pain?


You can count on Fullness of Life Chiropractic! We're here to help you manage your discomfort and resume enjoying life.


You can receive the individualized care and therapy required to address lower back problems like sciatica, herniated discs, stenosis, scoliosis, and more from our team of skilled practitioners.


Please make an appointment with a qualified chiropractor by contacting us right away.