The prone on elbows exercise can help relieve your back pain caused by a herniated disc. It's good to do if you have sciatica. Watch this exercise video to see how best to do this back stretch.
Doing upper back extension exercises can help strengthen and stabilize your lower back. If you have back pain from a herniated disc, your doctor may recommend this stretch. Video explains how to do an upper back extension.
Watch this exercise video to see how to do the all fours opposite arm and leg extension. It's an exercise that can help relieve pain caused by degenerative disc disease in the low back, and it can strengthen and stabilize your lumbar spine.
The pelvic tilt exercise is one of the most important exercises for your low back. Helps with degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and spinal stenosis. Learn how to do it well in this video.
To keep your back healthy and strong, you should do the pelvic tilt exercise every day. Watch how to do a pelvic tilt in this short video, and then get going on your back pain prevention plan.
Doing the bridge exercise every day can help you prevent low back pain. It can help keep your back strong and healthy. Video shows you how to do a bridge exercise for your low back.
The lower trunk rotation exercise can improve your low back flexibility. If you have degenerative disc disease or spinal stenosis, your doctor may recommend you do this exercise daily. Watch a video on how to do this back exercise.
By doing the lower trunk rotation, you will work on increasing flexibility in your low back (lumbar spine) and hips, allowing for greater mobility and rotation in the spine.
The opposite arm and leg extension is a great exercise for low back pain caused by a herniated disc. Learn how to do it in this video.
To help relieve neck pain caused be cervical degenerative disc disease or whiplash, your doctor may recommend this exercise: chin tucks. Watch this video to learn the best way to do them and how often you should do this neck exercise.
You should do chin tucks every day if you want to prevent neck pain. They're a quick exercise you can do sitting at your desk or at the kitchen table. See how to do chin tucks in this exercise video.
For back pain caused by spondylosis or spondylolisthesis, the doctor may recommend curl-ups (also called crunches). Most everyone's familiar with this exercise, which will help strengthen your core muscles. A strong core better supports your spine.
If you want to keep your back healthy, you should do hamstring stretches every day. Watch this video to learn how and why it's important to back pain prevention.
The knee to chest stretch is one way to relieve pain from degenerative disc disease or spinal stenosis. Your doctor may recommend that you do this exercise for your back pain, especially if you have sciatica as well.
Doing knee to chest exercises every day can help you keep your back healthy. Make this stretch part of your daily routine, and you can keep your spine strong. This exercise may help prevent back pain.
For neck conditions, such as whiplash or degenerative disc disease, you may need to do some exercises to strengthen your neck muscles. The side bending stretch featured in this video may help relieve your neck pain.
As you try to prevent neck pain, it's a good idea to do the side bending stretch every day. Watch this video to learn how to do it and how it helps you avoid neck pain.
You can try to relieve your neck pain by doing the side-to-die head rotation exercise. In this video, you'll see how to stretch your neck, and you'll learn how it helps you deal with pain from degenerative disc disease or whiplash.
A tight piriformis muscle can cause sciatica, pain that radiates from your back and down your leg. Do this piriformis stretch to help relieve that sciatic pain; see how to do the exercise in this video.