The Low Back Low Down: Pain Prevention

Yoke, Mary
July 2000
American Fitness;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p47
Offers several tips to physical fitness instructors about back pains. Neural spine and neural alignment; Proper lifting of objects; How to make a torso alignment maintenance; Proper position in sleeping.


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