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Lower back pain

Hi there,

I have been suffering from lower back pain for 3 months now. I sit at my computer desk for 8 hours daily and I started going to dance classes 6 months ago twice a week. There was this one week when I didn't go because i had the flu I noticed my back pain went away. I don't want to quit dancing. What can I do to get rid of this uncomfortable pain? Do you think the pain will exacerbate if I continue dancing?

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This isn't a medical forum.
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Try this out

I've suffered from lower back pain my whole life. I would recommend trying to treat your pain naturally instead of just masking the pain. I'd recommend you try the stretches in this video for several weeks and see what that does for you. I don't know the science behind it but the stretching and exercise has helped me like crazy. good luck!
https://youtu.be/-AsM276Vqmk

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I got divorced !

and the PITA disappeared...That was 1999 Devil

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Lower back pain

I can give you just one tip. When you sit at your computer desk sit on inflatable ball. Helped for me.

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Lower back pain

I've had an issue with the back pain for almost the same reason for quite a while. Of course exercising helps, but at some point, when the pain is unbearable, you cannot do anything, so I had to look for alternative solutions which was a doctor in Poland. He's been recommended to me by a person I know...at first I thought there's a slight chance for me to get better completely, but to my surprise, the pain completely went away for good.

Name of doctor removed by moderator.

Post was last edited on September 23, 2019 6:31 AM PDT

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In another post, that I had to delete, Walderort asked for other suggestions. He wrote:
"Now, I wonder if there are any other advice you guys could share on keeping the shape up, because I've received some clues from the doc, but perhaps you've got some from personal experience? Thank you in advance!".

It seems he's less happy with this doctor than he told in his post above.

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