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Middle back pain. Can i continue exercising?

Hi. I have a middle back pain once I tilt backwards. I know I need to strengthen my mussels, but I believe the pain is in the spine itself. I have since about 6 months (little more). I run and make stomach exercises (about 200/day). I fear it might be connected with this exercises. Please advice me, in terms of the spine - what positions should i exercise - should I bend forward? And for the belly ones - should I continue them, or should I avoid some of them?
I would really appreciate some advise.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcomet.
YOu must avoid moves which are painful. this is one of the rule in medicine. Pain indicate that there is something wrong and dont ignore this. Maybe you do exercises inproperly or you pulled your spine muscles. YOu should do only moves which are comfortable for you and rest till your spine recovers.
It can be helpful to do abs and pelvic exercises while laying on tough background. YOu can run but also use appropriate equipment for it. WIsh you good health.
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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