Move to Avoid Back Pain




Amir Mahajer, Interventional Spine Specialist at Baptist Health Neuroscience Center, recommends doing some aerobic exercises to reduce pain. “Exercising by itself causes all of this release of chemicals that are better than basically any medication,” he points out.

He also tells the patients to walk briskly for thirty minutes at a minimum and at least four days a week. According to him, the best thing to do is a balanced routine that includes warming up for ten minutes, some stretching and some strength training.

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