Essential Exercises for Neck & Back Pain
Back and neck pain is an experience that my father knew well. It made him bed-ridden for days when I was a small child. He used to buy two airline seats next to each other for himself in case he needed to lie down on a plane. For years he sought the help of renowned orthopedists, chiropractors, physical therapists, and other pain specialists. The pain always came back. That is, until he met our old mentor, Bernie Falk.
Perhaps your experience with back and neck pain isn’t so debilitating as that of my father. Nevertheless, it probably stopped you from doing a number of things you would have wanted to do. It can stop you from having fun or playing with your kids. Pain may have caused you some time off from your job and your ability to provide resources.
In this video series I will share with you several exercises that are good for the back and neck overall. While the ultimate approach to back and neck pain is to look at your individual movement habits and prescribe exercises based on that, these exercises will help you to feel better quickly.
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Getting On A Good Path
My own experience with back pain has been somewhat mild compared to that of others, but I have solved it, and learned a great deal about the cause—and solution—from my father and of course from Bernie.
They were exercises commonly given by Bernie Falk and have helped many people. My father and I continue to practice them in our own routine. Feeling good is an ongoing process to which the right exercises play a large role. These exercises will get you on a good path.