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Disc bulge, have intense back pain, recurring sprains. Which exercises for strengthening the back can be done at home?<br>

i have a disc bulge l4 l5 and s1 .i have sprained my back a few times .and underwent prolotehrpay physiotherapy .i statred dance exercises now and im in pain.its been more than 1 year since i have been in pain.its on and off.wat would be a great method to do at home.some exercises for strengthening hurt my back.please help me. thank you so much YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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You should start doing some back strengthening exercises like lying on tour stomach, pull up your upper body with support of your arms and hold for 10 seconds. Repeat it 8-10 times.
Second stand on your toes and stretch like trying to reach up to the ceiling, third sit in a kneeling posture bend over and stretch. These should be good to start with.
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