Back pain can affect every area of your life
Anyone who suffers from back pain knows how hard it is to get a long, restful night’s sleep. Most of us toss and turn and when morning arrives, we feel more exhausted than when we went to bed, and spend the next day feeling drained and irritable.
We’ve put together a unique, interactive guide to help you banish your back pain, without the use of any medication or painkillers.
The guide includes:
- Facts & Fictions
- Triggers and causes
- Chronic & Acute back pain
- Massage for back pain
- Why posture matters
- Rehabilitation stretches
- Pregnancy back pain advice and stretches
- 6 strategies for getting a great night’s sleep
- Simple but effective stretches you can do in bed before you go to sleep (with videos)
- Advice on the best sleeping positions for back pain sufferers
- A morning stretch routine to help you get up feeling refreshed (with videos)
- 7 Yoga poses that will help cure most forms of back pain
and much more...
Spinal mobility can be found in each of the sections of the spine, with certain sections having more mobility than others.
- the cervical and thoracic (upper to mid spine), will have the most mobility
- the lumbar and sacral spine will have much less as the vertebrae are larger and used more for stability.
To have a level of mobility in each of these sections is important for daily life as this will help with general movement, as well as reduce general aches and pains in our back.
Having good mobility will also reduce the chance of spinal conditions occurring, such as; kyphosis, lordosis e.g.
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Our experienced team in Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire, can help sort out your back aches and pains with an Injury & rehabilitation appointment.