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chiropractic Exercise Tip: 15 minutes of exercise a day keeps back pain away!

picture of happy man back pain free from exerciseNo lower back pain? You're 50 years old? You feel great? Would you like to keep it that way? You can help do that with only 15 minutes of exercise a day to prevent back pain. McMurray Chiropractic Solutions is here to help you when you hurt, but we also suggest you to do what you can to care for your spine.

Along that route, McMurray Chiropractic Solutions shares this new research article that touts mild, home calisthenics, ones that advance balance-muscle strength to thwart lower back pain in 50 year old healthy working people. (1) That's fantastic! Another advantage to lower back pain prevention, the researchers even speculate that respiratory function improvement may be linked to posture improvement. It's a win-win situation.

So what can you try in the form of San Jose lower back pain exercise? McMurray Chiropractic Solutions signs on with the researchers that the key word is mild. You don't have to turn into a gym-rat or a muscle bound athlete. The research paper's authors focused on balance-control and low-back-musculature strengthening. McMurray Chiropractic Solutions does, too. Think about doing some simple lower back exercises like the pelvic tilt and pelvic lift. Add some stabilization ball exercises for balance. And the terrific part of the study and its recommendations? Just 15 minutes a day created results.

So, contact McMurray Chiropractic Solutions. We'll talk about what exercises might be suitable for you and your lower back pain prevention plan. Our San Jose chiropractic clinic is your lower back pain prevention and relief teammate!

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