What You Should Do for Stubborn Low Back Pain
In this article, Dr. Monique Tello shares about what we should do for recurring low back pain.
In a simple 3-step framework, she suggests looking for possible triggers of the pain, finding a way to ease the pain (ideally without medication), and doing what you can to keep it from flaring up again.
Click to read more about what you can do each step of the way. “What to do for stubborn low back pain”
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