The Five Best Ways To Fix Low Back Pain


The Five Best Ways To Fix Low Back Pain

Glendale Physical Therapist

Low back pain is the world’s leading cause of disability! In the United States alone people pay over $50 billion to try and fix low back pain. Did you know that there are all natural ways to prevent and manage low back symptoms? These are the top five ways to have you moving pain-free and functional.

Also, here is a complete guide to low back pain and how to regain your health and independence.

Limit The Amount of Sitting

Sitting is the new smoking it is absolutely one of the worst things you can do to your body. It slows down your digestion causes increased muscle tension doesn’t allow your brain to work efficiently. Make sure you’re getting up out of your chair at least every 30 minutes. Go for a walk and stretch (see the top five Loback stretches). Check out our image below for 9 ways to improve your posture, when you are forced to sit for long periods of time!

Drink More Water

Water is one of the most important nutrients we can consume. Yet most of us are walking around dehydrated hopped up on caffeine, overmedicated and eating processed foods. The human body is made up of over 60% water so drink more.

Stretch Your Hips

Most of us sit all day which causes significant mobility issues in our hips. The lack of motion in our hips can cause the low back to be overworked. Make sure you spend time every day stretching your hips!

Stick To Heat

Heat brings extra bloodflow along with hydration to the tissues which can improve flexibility and reduce muscle spasm’s and tension. Use a hot pack, take a warm shower, or sit in a bath or Jacuzzi for at least 10 to 15 minutes. Stretching will be much easier when you’re back is warm

See a Professional Physical Therapist

Sometimes you just need someone with skilled hands to massage out the knots stretch your body move your joints and give you the confidence needed to be more active. Sign up today to to get exclusive information on highly effective stretches, exercises and self mobilization techniques that can eliminate pain and get you back to function quickly.



About Dr. Eric Hefferon

Dr. Eric Hefferon received his advanced doctorate degree in physical therapy from the innovative A.T. Still University. He has been practicing in the west valley for 6 years and has made strong ties to local gyms and medical practitioners. Dr. Hefferon started Impact Physical Therapy due to his passion for an individualized healthcare approach. He knew by creating a clinic that was out of network he could help give patients the results they deserve. His treatment style attracts patients from all over the valley and even out of state. People will travel to seek Dr. Hefferon’s solutions!

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