Back Pain? No Problem! Here's What to Grab to Help Relieve Back Pain! by Kim Kusiciel

Back Pain? No Problem! Here's What to Grab to Help Relieve Back Pain!

If you are a busy mom like me, you probably have some stress that you carry around with you. I carry mine in my back. After a stressful month, my back pain got so bad that I was grimacing in pain and had to sit a few things out, which is really not like me! On one particular trip to the grocery store:

  • I grabbed a tennis ball from my garage on a whim. I remembered my trainer telling us to use one when we had pain, so I tossed it in the car. 
  • While I was driving, I put the tennis ball between my back and the seat and started pushing on the ball where my back pain was localized. Oh my gosh, the relief!!

I continued to drive around the rest of the week with my tennis ball between my back and the seat. Wow, it really made a difference for me. Give it a try!

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Elisa Schmitz
Oh, great tip, Kim Kusiciel ! I need this relief. Will try, thanks!
Gertrude Roy
I recently undergo back surgery due to which I cannot sit too long and also faced back pain some times in a day. So please suggest me best chair after spine surgery. And tell these exercise are good for back surgery patient.

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