Exercises for people having back injury

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jun 16, 2016
There are times when certain events leave you helpless with back injuries and backaches. Some say that you are not supposed to work-out or exercise during back injuries but this is not entirely true. Even when you have a back or spine injury, you can exercise. There are a few exercises that are specially devised and designed for people with back or spine injury and for people who wish to stretch and strengthen their lower back. The best suited exercises for people with back injuries are cat and camel pose, pelvic tilt and superman pose. These three exercises are not only simple and easy to do, but they also strengthen you back. However, one must be aware of certain things while doing these exercises. You must never do these exercises without the supervision of a trainer and you must not attempt to exert your back more than necessary. Although these exercises are designed in such a way that people with back injury can do them easily but one small mistake can aggravate the condition further. These exercises also stretch and strengthen your back, spine and lower back without much effort. All you need to do is be cautious and bend only to the extent where it doesn't hurt your back. Watch this video and learn how to strengthen you back.

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