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Injury-proof Your Lumbar Spine

February 16, 2015 9:09 pm
Gwenna Peters, DPTRead Article »

Over the years, we've all heard many recommendations on how to injury-proof lower backs in both sports and industry. Warehouse workers wearing "lifting belts," football teams doing yoga for flexibility, and multiple versions of "core strengthening" exercises. Physical therapists look at the information to analyze the best way to interpret it, individualize it, and apply the information for specific sports and clients. With spine injuries we know the discs are best able to cushion and provide shock absorption when the back is in "lumbar neutral."

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