The back-pain experience can be one of the worst feelings that anyone can pass, because it makes any action difficult and painful movement. It also reduces the welfare and the overall activity of the person. Studies have shown that back pain and neck pain are one of the main conditions that cause disruption in the daily work of a person.

• Exercise:

A programmer back exercises and physical therapy usually include a combination of strengthening, stretching and low-impact aerobics. Your specialist will specify the best combination of exercise routines that will relieve pain. This can include hydrotherapy, as the density of the water reduces its weight, which allows greater flexibility and lower pressure in the affected regions.

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• Therapeutic massage:

Massage therapy is thought to improve blood flow, reduce muscle stiffness and decrease overall lower back stiffness. This causes a relaxation response, which is an involuntary response, but predictable nervous system to massage techniques and touch.

The massage is thought to improve blood and lymphatic circulation as well. This is probably due in part to physical manipulation of the soft tissues, and partly to chemicals released as part of the relaxation response. This helps to improve the circulation, which in turn improves the oxygen supply and analgesics to muscle cells.