My PT swears by these 3 lower back pain stretches

The first stretch involves lying on your back and pulling one knee towards your chest while keeping the other leg straight.

The second stretch involves lying on your back with both knees bent and feet flat on the ground, then slowly rolling your knees to one side and holding for a few seconds before repeating on the other side.

The third stretch involves kneeling on all fours and slowly arching your back upwards while tucking your chin to your chest, then slowly lowering your back and lifting your head upwards.

These stretches can help improve flexibility and reduce tension in the lower back muscles.


Consult with a physical therapist or healthcare provider before starting any new exercise routine.

Consistency is key when it comes to seeing results from stretching.

Incorporating these stretches into a daily routine can help prevent and alleviate lower back pain.