A herniated disc may be referred to as a ruptured disc, a prolapsed disc or a slipped disc. Whatever the term used the outcome for the patient is the same; pain or numbness in the neck or limbs, either of which have usually be caused by pressure on the spinal nerves.
Support for the lower back can be provided by either on the body lower back supports or by seat lower back supports. A combination of the two can help to provide perfect posture and as a result stabilize the lower back whilst it is under strain whilst sitting or undergoing lower back stressing exercise.
Improving strength and flexibility in the lower back is key if lower back pain is to be managed effectively. Examples of lower back exercises recommended by the NHS include the bottom to heel stretch, knee roll exercises, back extensions, deep abdominal strengthening and pelvic tilts.
If you suffer from lower back pain and are desperate fro some pain relief all day everyday and want to reduce or avoid taking painkilling tablets then why not try our non invasive approach to lower back pain management like so many have with great success.
If you are a builder you could be suffering from minor lower back pain that is present at the start of the day but comes on more as throughout the day, by the end of a day the pain levels can become very high and really affect your ability to recover over night so that you are ready for work the next day.
The original winged back support is a favourite with those sitting at a work
station for long periods of time, as it is a portable lumbar back support with
wings that cushion the sides of the back, making it ideal for any office chair.
Following a lower back injury, having consulted a physiotherapist, choosing a first aid back support to help stabilise and manage your back injury during the rehabilitation process can be a real challenge as there are so many on the market, providing varied degrees of support and protecting different areas of the back, including the high back, mid back and lower back.