Low Back pain is among the most debilitating injuries in America today. Golfers are especially prone to it. But what can we do ourselves?

There is no magic bean for mechanical low back pain. There are a variety of choices for care for your back pain: Chiropractic, Massage, Acupuncture, Physical Therapy, pain killers, and muscle relaxants. Whatever your choice: Your healthcare provider cannot help you nearly as much as you can help yourself. Any treatment they do really needs to be additive to what you do yourself.

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Pain is often rated on a pain scale of 1-10: 1 is barely noticeable, and 10 is so bad that one is unable to move or function. The initial, extreme pain that gets people to their doctor is called the acute or inflammatory stage. Most people rate that as 7, 8, or 9 out of 10. It can be marked by localized swelling, and heat in the immediate area. Some doctors prescribe anti-inflammatory medication for that. I prefer to rest, a few exercises, and ice- in that order.

The chemical by-products of inflammation actually soften the tissues in the area. This leaves those tissues more vulnerable to tearing and long-term injury. Taking soft tissues to end range by bending, lifting, and twisting can be especially damaging. This occurs in the golf swing. So- don't push things during that time. Rest is important at this time.

The objective is to break the inflammatory process, re-create flexibility, and move on to strengthen and improve coordination. This will, if all goes well, lead to less painful episodes less often. And more enjoyable, better rounds of golf..