Pregnancy & Back Pain

Being pregnant is a delicate topic because the woman is limited to what postures and what positions she can assume towards. Before she gets pregnant it is important to have a strong core and strong back muscles, recommends Dr. Melissa Guanche, Physiatrist at Baptist Health Neuroscience Center. Also she says it is important to take rest brakes, to do stretching and never start a new exercise routine that's not supervised. If the patient was an active person before the pregnancy, she can continue doing some gentle routine under the specialist's supervision.

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