For this reason, back pain can frequently become a Catch-22 — avoiding the things that hurt your back could actually lead you to develop more pain in the future. Working with a physical therapist is the best way to cut your back pain issues in half. Physical therapy can address back pain by helping to improve your range of motion, strengthen the muscles in your back and surrounding areas, and by using targeted massage to reduce tension. In many situations, working with a physical therapist to improve core strength can significantly reduce the severity of your back pain. Core Strength and Back Pain Youmay be surprised how frequently issueswith the neck and back actually stem from issues with core strength. Your core refers to the muscles that make up your torso, including your abdomen. Thesemuscles are called the core because they are at the center of your body, and they are necessary in just about every action that you engage in. Everything fromwalking and running and swimming GETTING TO THE CORE OF BACK & NECK PAIN (Continued)
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