When it comes to caring for your back, don't be a dummy
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Wig-wag – abdominals: Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet and palms flat on the floor. Slowly rotate your legs to one side until you feel a gentle stretch. Then slowly rotate to opposite side. Do this for 1 to 2 minutes.
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When it comes to caring for your back, don't be a dummy.
Only about 10 percent of people with chronic back pain are good candidates for surgery.
So what can the rest of us do to ease back pain and help it go away on its own or, better yet, avoid back pain altogether?
Larry Furry, a physical therapist in Huntington Beach, says stretching. Read When it comes to caring for your back, don't be a dummy...