Suitable mobilising exercise for painful low back (osteoporosis sufferer age 69)
Toe touching, reverse curl exercises etc are generally frowned on for osteoporosis sufferers. I am very tempted to try them because they sound like an ideal simple solution. My low back is very stiff and painful and from time to time gets completely jammed. Do you think they would be safe or can the exercise be adapted.
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