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Exercises to Beat Your Back Pain

Almost 90% of all Americans will experience an episode of back pain at some point in their lifetime. Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.

There are several easy exercises that can potentially bring relief to those who are suffering from back pain. The following exercises can be done in the privacy of your own home, by yourself, with no special equipment:

Arching Cat

Side Rolls

Pelvic Exercise

Bridge Exercise

Experienced Doctor for Back Pain

Don’t let another day go by with back pain. Lynx Healthcare has experienced physicians and physical therapists who will give you the optimum regimen for your body to achieve relief from your back pain. We have convenient locations in Oregon, Washington, and New Mexico.

Contact our medical team at Lynx Healthcare today by calling (509) 591-0070, or request an appointment online. Let us help you enjoy a more pain-free and active lifestyle once again.

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