Sit Longer without Back or Leg Pain

Stop squirming in your chair and having to get up all the time  to relieve your Back pain, using your hands on your legs to help push you into standing. Why does back and leg pain get worse when we sit?  not only is this inconvenient but it can also become an embarrassment when your colleagues ask why you’re up and down all day.  Not to mention your boss.

Do you know WHY sitting is one of the most damaging positions for your low back

If you don’t you are not alone. Even therapists do not know this.  Sitting is the position that produces Huge forces over the low spine discs nerves and ligaments of the body.The huge postural muscles our Psoas Major muscles are responsible for compressing over our spine and discs causing them to become damaged.

It is these muscles alone that create the huge compression forces that crumple the spine the discs and the nerves that create the back and leg pain. This is why sitting is regarded as one of the positions that contributes to our low back and leg pain. This is why there is a big push for stand up desks now.

How Can We Still Sit But Protect Our Back from being Damaged?

Stand up desks is a good initiative but it is not very practical. Yes getting up from sitting for extended periods of time is important to do. But the most important thing to do is to care for your Psoas muscles.

Posturepro physiotherapy clinic  specializes in treating the Psoas muscles in a safe and effective way.

Download our FREE ebook “What Really Causes Back Pain” and you will understand how this happens.

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So when your back pain virtually starts to rule your life and dictates what you can and can’t do then maybe you need to know about a different approach to resolving your back pain.

Call us now 8261 0177 or book online:

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