Research shows that exercise reduces your risk of low back pain. If you click on the writing you can read the whole publication
January 15, 2016
This research is really very exciting.
We have always encouraged people to exercise to manage their ongoing back pain troubles.
However this research concludes:
The results of this systematic review and meta-analysis of RCTs indicate that exercise in combination with education is likely to reduce the risk of LBP and that exercise alone may reduce the risk of an episode of LBP and sick leave due to LBP, at least for the short-term.
So how can these body sensing & movement awareness lessons contribute to your day to day exercise program?
We know that if older people carry out an exercise routine a few times a week they are likely to improve their balance, mobility and capability compared to older people who sit in a chair all day.
Movement is healthy.
Having an understanding of your own habits in thinking, responses, reactions & movement can provide solutions to your recurrent pain and injury