Do you know the acute back pain that comes suddenly, limits your activities and is not easy to get rid of? Plus it comes repeatedly and unexpectedly. Or is your back not bothering you, but knee pain is what forces you to postpone physical activities to another time? And if you decide to just suffer through this pain this time, you will eventually receive a double dose of pain.
You may not even be aware that back pain can be related to poor pelvic position and joint pain, such as the knees or even the elbows. For example, if you suffer from knee pain and put less weight on your leg, the pelvic position may be misaligned, which usually causes unpleasant back pain. Or cervical spine problems can cause severe shoulder or elbow pain. Dr. Josef Jodl states: "The most common problems with back pain are in the area of the cervical and lumbar spine, joint structures in the pelvic bones, neck, hip, knee, shoulder or tennis elbows." The connection between the joints and the spine is significant and that is why we have brought these two topics together.
Dr. Lachmann says, "It's important to include regular preventative exercise in your daily routine." Here are some exercises to help you with back and joint pain.