While back belts and shoe insoles didn’t seem to offer a benefit, researchers found, exercise reduced the risk of repeated low-back pain in the... Exercise found to work best for lower back pain

While back belts and shoe insoles didn’t seem to offer a benefit, researchers found, exercise reduced the risk of repeated low-back pain in the year after an episode between 25 and 40 percent.


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