Lower Back Pain Relief Exercises for Pregnancy – Physio Guided Home Routine

Yoga For Back Pain
Physiotherapist guided lower back pain relief exercises for all stages of pregnancy. Relieve back muscle tightness and discomfort with these pregnancy exercises for your lower and middle back. Physio Michelle from https://www.pelvicexercises.com.au guides you through this gentle home exercise routine with no equipment required.

Please note that these exercises are not appropriate for pregnant women with lower back disc injury.

This lower back home exercise routine for pregnancy consists of a series of gently lower and middle back spinal mobility exercises.This routine is performed kneeling on all fours and in side lying. The exercises are appropriate for all stages of pregnancy including the last trimester as they do not involve lying on the back, a position which should be avoided for pregnancy exercises from 16 weeks onwards. All the included exercises provide gentle movement for the muscles and joints of the middle and lower back.

The stretching and mobility exercises in this video include:
– Pelvic tilts
– Reaching thoracic rotation
– Kneeling side lower back stretches
– Kneeling lower back and buttock stretches
– Kneeling lunge stretches
– Side lying lower and middle back rotation stretches

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American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology Exercise Guidelines

Women with the following conditions or pregnancy complications should not exercise during pregnancy:
– Certain types of heart and lung diseases
– Cervical insufficiency
– Being pregnant with twins or triplets (or more) with risk factors for preterm labor
– Placenta previa after 26 weeks of pregnancy
– Preterm labor or ruptured membranes (your water has broken) during this pregnancy regular physical activity
– Preeclampsia or pregnancy-induced high blood pressure
– Severe anemia

What are warning signs to stop exercise during pregnancy?
Watch for the following warning signs when you exercise. If you have any of them, stop and call your obstetrician:

– Bleeding from the vagina
– Feeling dizzy or faint
– Shortness of breath before starting exercise
– Chest pain
– Headache
– Muscle weakness
– Calf pain or swelling
– Regular, painful contractions of the uterus
– Fluid gushing or leaking from the vagina

Reference:
https://www.acog.org/patients/FAQs/Exercise-During-Pregnancy

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