Exercise Can Help To Prevent or Ease Low Back Pain
According to the latest study from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health in Helsinki, people who exercise are less likely to develop low back pain or they experience lower intensity of pain.
Lead study author Rahman Shiri says “The study shows that exercises for strengthening and stretching the lumbar and abdominal muscles, or a combination of strengthening and aerobic exercises protect against low back pain,”
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