Stretching to Relieve Back Pain

Dr. Jose Mena, Interventional Spine Specialist with Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute, advises to see a physician if patients in the morning have any symptoms of lower back pain.

He considers the best thing to do is refer patients with a physical therapist for a better morning exercise program.

He also talks about osteoarthritis and affirms it is going to happen at as people age.

He says there are statistics to confirm 34% of patients from age of 20 to 39 they will have bone degeneration or arthritic changes on the spine.

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