6 Stretches to Reduce Back Pain
At some point or another, we all have experienced some form of back pain. As I have explained in some of my previous posts, the degree or level of pain that is experienced is subjective to the individual based solely on their own neuro-signature. Simply put, no two people can experience the same quality of pain. That said, from a global perspective on back pain, many who have pain, often feel like they are forever vulnerable to it, once it has happened. This is not the case. In order to #trainthebrain to understand messages received from the low back we must slowly introduce what are called graded exposure exercises to re-educate the brain. When someone initially hurts their back (acute trauma), the typical reaction is to guard and splint the area to avoid any further damage.
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