Back Pain Exercises

Written by Josh Dodes
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Time was, back pain exercises were generally utilized by people who had sustained some sort of injury while in the midst of vigorous physical activity. While victims of such injuries have no less need for back pain exercises than ever before, an entirely new class of individuals now requires similar attention. Surprisingly, these individuals are far more likely to need assistance as a result of having moved too little, rather than too much.

In an increasingly computer-intensive modern workplace, an astonishing number of office workers now need, or are well on their way to needing, corrective ergonomic exercises to alleviate back pain. While sitting still and typing may not seem like dangerous work, the relentlessness with which so many of us now do both can have significant physical consequences. Fortunately, savvy workers looking to head pain off at the pass have a new set of solutions.

Back Pain Exercises for the Workplace

The cumulative effects of continuous low-level pressure and tension on the same joints and muscles in the back for hours on end can be devastating. What is needed is a set of techniques and exercises that can be easily integrated into even the busiest workday. Happily, that is precisely what some of the leading exercise physiologists and office ergonomics experts in the field have recently introduced, to meet just this challenge.

Simple steps you take today can positively impact your health for years to come. We encourage you to peruse our educational links, and to do as much independent research as you can. And then we encourage you to take confident steps to correct your body mechanics and manage your back pain.


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