Begin this strength-building exercise lying flat on your back with your knees bent, your feet flat on the ground, and your arms by your sides. Slowly raise your hips and back until your body is straight from your knees to your shoulders, which should remain on the ground. Hold for 3 seconds, and slowly lower back into your starting position. Repeat.
If your back pain persists, it’s time to visit your doctor. Schedule an appointment with your Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group primary care physician to check for underlying medical conditions that could be causing your pain. Additionally, a Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group orthopedic physician can diagnose and help treat bone, joint, or muscle issues that might be the source of your pain, such as a herniated disc or a strain.Take charge of your pain today, and start on the path toward better health.
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