3 reasons back pain sufferers avoid exercise: Health and Wellness

Carrie Jose

Eighty percent of the population suffers from what we call “non-specific low back pain.” Non-specific low back pain is typically chronic, comes out of nowhere, you have good days and bad days, and it’s not usually due to any recent or major accident or fall.  

If you’ve got back pain and you’re reading this – odds are pretty good that you suffer from non-specific low back pain. 

Research shows that exercise is the best treatment for non-specific low back pain. But what do you do when your back pain keeps you from the thing that’s supposed to help you? 

Here are three of the most common reasons I see that keep people with back pain from exercising – and some tips for what you can do.


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