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Best ways to ease lower back pain

Lower back pain can come in a number of forms, resulting in everything from a slight annoyance to debilitating pain and headaches. Regardless of how it’s impacting you though, one thing is for sure – you’ll want it to go away.

If that sounds like you, here are some of our top tips to help make things more comfortable.

Increase core strength

Your core muscles play an integral role in supporting your back, and a strong core helps to significantly reduce the amount of lower back pain you feel.

If you’re looking for exercises to try, bodyweight exercises, lifting and Pilates are all great places to start.

Improve your posture

We all know poor posture looks bad, but it’s also bad for your spine and brings with it back and neck pain.

By practising good posture, you’re helping to maintain proper alignment of your spine, save energy, reduce stress on ligaments and prevent muscle strain.

A chiropractor may be able to help identify issues and give you some tips to improve your posture.

Improve your flexibility

Carefully stretching the major muscle groups in your back may make a big difference to how your body feels. Make sure you do it gently and ask your chiropractor if you have any questions.

Apply ice and heat

It sounds simple, but using ice and heat in the right ways could help to significantly ease your pain.

As a rule of thumb, ice helps with pain and reduce swelling in the 48 hours after sustaining an injury. Beyond that, heat will likely deliver the best results.

Get help from a chiropractor

If none of that has made much of a difference, a chiropractor might be able to deliver the breakthrough and relief you’ve been needing.

From a posture check or spinal check, to a non-invasive and gentle chiropractic adjustment, a chiropractor has the experience to know what might work best for you.

Contact us today

If it sounds like you might need some professional help, let MyChiro find the chiropractor in Sydney that’s right for you. Read reviews, find a practice that’s near you and book your appointment now. Just click here.

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