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  • Christina Lasich, MD
    Health Pro
    September 03, 2009
    Christina Lasich, MD
    Health Pro
    September 03, 2009

    Exercise can help pain in many ways. Exercise increases the natural production of pain relievers--called the endorphins. Exercise helps to maintain an ideal body weight. Exercise also helps to strengthen muscles and restore balance around a painful joint like the spine.

     

    I recommend working with a physical therapist to reach your maximum potential. If that option is not available, I also recommend a book called Spine Stabilization.

     

    Exercise can unlock your potential to feel better.

     

    Dr. Christina Lasich, MD


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