Good Moves January 2003 Issue

Six Fixes For Lower Back Pain

Surgery not yet called for? Here are simple exercises you can do to ease those chronic back ailments.

Four out of five adults will experience significant lower back pain sometime during their life. The wear and tear of age can cause degenerative changes in the disks and arthritic changes in the small joints—and if you’re reading this, you’re probably one of them. But here’s the good news: Most cases of lower back pain are not serious and respond to simple treatments that you can perform yourself. …

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