Dr. Rowe shows how to quickly fix one sided back pain at home.
We’re going to do this by lengthening and strengthening muscles commonly associated with back pain. This includes the psoas, quadratus lumborum (QL), and latissimus dorsi muscles.
To make it easy, we’ll break this video up into two separate parts. The first part will focus on stretching exercises for quick back pain relief. The second will focus on strengthening exercises for long term relief (and prevention).
Both parts work differently. To get the best results, go through both and use what gives you the most relief.
Watch now and get rid of one sided back pain at home!
Part One: Quick Pain Relief (Lengthening)
1:01 Leaning 4
3:24 3D Hip Flexor
Part Two: Long lasting Relief (Strengthening)
6:03 Planking Lat Bridge
9:28 Butt Walk
10:47 Hip Hiker
Dr. Michael Rowe
St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor
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