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Most people don't make a connection between walking and lower back pain; and don't think that the way they walk could be part of the reason why they are in pain.
Or, they don't think that the way that they walk could prevent their healing.
But when we are in pain, acute or chronic, every movement counts. And we walk a lot. Even the most sedentary person is taking 3000 steps a day. If those steps were well executed it would be a lot easier to heal.
Yet when people get injured they are often steered towards physical therapy or exercise class to find help. Instead of walking around in search of different doctors and therapies, I think you should use walking to heal your pain.
Walking and lower back pain is an issue for more people than I ever imagined when I began this work. People get lower back pain and hip pain for many many reasons but here are a few that walking correctly can help:
Most people have never learned how to walk. You stand up somewhere around one year old, start walking, and you are essentially on your own. We mostly imitate our parents and siblings but who is to say that they walk well? They probably don't.
It isn't hard to learn a new way to walk though changing patterns requires something of a commitment. The payoff though can be extreme. All too often the doctor, chiropractor, personal trainer etc, fail to help you because you are not working with them to change your intrinsic patterns. When you change the way you walk, what they have to offer you will begin to take hold in a permanent way.
And down the road, if your back goes out, or you have another injury, you will heal faster and have faith that recovery is near.
If you suffer from pain and don't understand why no one seems able to help you.
If you want to get back to a lifestyle that you thought was gone forever.
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