Best Weight Training Exercises for Back Pain – Part 4

Staying on top of back pain is difficult, and when you’re hurting, exercising can seem impossible. At the Spine Institute of North America, we understand how difficult it can be. That is why we work as hard as we do to stay on top of effective back pain treatment. We want to be able to bring relief to as many people as possible.

Our world-class back treatment works best for patients who do their best to stay active. As we said in our last blog, your back plays a significant role in your body, so you can improve it by doing almost any exercise at all. We have been discussing different exercise options, and we encourage you to find a few exercises that will work for you.

Incline Press

We discussed bench presses in our last blog. They strengthen your arms, shoulders, and upper back. When you do pushups on an incline press, you sit up rather than lying prone, which puts more emphasis on your upper chest muscles. It’s a great way to boost your entire core strength.

Biceps Curl

This popular exercise strengthens your biceps and can be a great option if your back is hurting intensely but you still want to work out. Make sure you breathe and see if you can balance the curls out with triceps exercises.

You don’t have to live with back pain. If you haven’t explored all the options, it’s time to talk with an expert. Contact us in New Jersey to learn more about our minimally invasive spine surgery and pain management treatment. We are here to help you!

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