Back Pain Exercises
Back Pain Exercises
Benefit from back pain exercises if you suffer from back pain; especially Pilates rehabilitation based exercises. In the UK, the NICE guidelines recommend Pilates exercise as a first line non-invasive treatment for low back pain and sciatica.
It is especially important that the correct Exercises are prescribed and that they are performed correctly when it comes to Back Pain Exercises The most widely accepted exercises aim to improve posture, increase core strength and enhance spinal mobility. This can be achieved by strengthening your core/spinal stabilising muscles and improving movement the restricted areas of the body. So, why not start today.
How do Back Pain exercises work?
First, the appropriate exercise programme is prescribed once its determined what the primary impairment is causing the pain. Secondly, your qualified instructor can decide which exercises are best suited for you.
For example, if a person has a very stiff upper back and hips, the movement in their daily activities will likely come from the more giving lower back. Therefore, the ideal exercises would be aimed at improving the lack of mobility in their hips and upper back and stabilising the lower back.
Back pain exercises are therefore aimed at strengthening the hyper mobile joints in order to improve force closure. This is especially important if the hyper mobility is the main contributor to the irritant; in other words, to the cause of the pain.
Thus, finding the right exercises or reformer group classes and obtaining competent instruction is fundamental to reducing pain.
Pilates offers a wide range of exercises that focus on strengthening the deep stabilising muscles of the core. These muscles play a crucial role in lumbar stability. Similarly, Pilates exercises aim to mobilise the stiff spinal segments and muscles, easing the load on the more mobile joints. Generally speaking, these exercises can be tailored to each individual’s needs.
For most people joining Pilates reformer group classes can be very beneficial. Find out how and book an assessment today.
No exercise is a panacea
Back Pain Exercises can make a huge difference in your quality of life by improving your pain scores. However, one must be realistic and take into consideration other contributing factors, such as age, injuries and health status.
Pilates enthusiasts report feeling great after each session because the exercise is gentle and intense simultaneously. Finally, these exercises may help your life change for good.
Book our Back care Pilates group classes today and start feeling the difference in your daily activities.
Regardless of your age or level of ability, our qualified instructors can tailor your back pain exercises to suit your needs.