Low Back Pain: Core Stability Strengthening


Keep your posture tall and your inner core engaged by pulling the muscles below the belly button inwards toward the spine. Wrap a resistance band around your upper back. With your belly on the the ball stay on your hands and feet. Secure the band on the floor with your opposite hand. Reach your index finger forward, with the thumb up towards the wall on a slight angle out, then come back down. Repeat this 10 times for 3 sets on each side. To progress the functional core strength, reach your index finger forward while extending your opposite leg and heel back at the same time. Keep the hips and pelvis level. Repeat this 10 times for 3 sets on each side. This core strengthening exercise can help your low back get stronger after injuring it. If you have pain or unsure about the exercise please consult your local physiotherapist before continuing.

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