Menu
  • Blog >
  • Back Pain Miami Beach
RSS Feed

Back Pain Miami Beach


Looking for help with Back Pain in Miami Beach? Dr. Gordon Braun has been a trusted licensed chiropractor in Miami Beach for over 15 years. He has brought 1000s of patients back to their daily routines in a matter of weeks for back pain in Miami Beach. Our Staff at Cafe of Life are caring and attentive to your needs. We feel your pain. We hope to get you where your pain is manageable and then to take away any major back pain to give you flexibility, straight posture, range of motion, and keep you from experiencing any pain or discomfort at all. If your back pain has lasted longer than a few days you may need spinal correction. This is the best way to avoid surgery, costly bills, and medication. Cafe of Life Chiropractic will help you avoid unnecessary medical procedures and help you reach the core root of your pain. We offer many other services besides chiropractic for back pain to keep you at your ultimate health and in peak condition. Ask Dr. Gordon Braun, what other methods we use for Nerve Damage, Muscle Discomfort, or Cellular Regeneration. 

If you are experiencing mid to mild pain, back exercises can help. If you are experiencing sharp pain it is best to contact us and get a back examination as soon as possible. Until then take a look and see what you can do with these exercises below. There is also a video at the end to view for some helpful back pain relief. Rest assured with Cafe of Life, we have the answers for back pain in Miami Beach.


Child’s Pose


The Child’s Pose is one of the best exercises to stretch the spine. It’s also one of the most relaxing. 

  • Start by sitting on your knees (preferably on a mat) with your feet tucked under your backside.
  • Extend your arms out in front of you as far as you can and bring your upper body to the floor (as if you were worshiping the ancient chiropractic gods).
  • Touch your forehead to the floor and make sure your feet and hips don’t move.
  • Hold this position for 5 minutes.

The Child’s Pose will elongate your spine and release built-up tension. It’s also a great way to relieve stress after a long day. Put on some relaxing music, assume this pose, and enjoy a few quiet moments while relieving your back pain. Just be careful not to fall asleep!


Lumbar Rotation

This chiropractic exercise involves twisting the lower spine to improve flexibility and release tension. It takes even less time than the child’s pose and it feels great.

  • Lie down with your back on the floor and your knees bent.
  • Spread your arms out on either side and anchor your back to the floor.
  • Slowly bring both of your knees to the floor on your right side without moving your back. Hold for 15 seconds.
  • Bring both knees slowly back up to the starting position and then do the same on the left side.
  • Repeat three times.

The Lumbar Rotation exercise is also a great stretch if you’re planning on strengthening your core at the gym.


Pelvic Tilt

Moving on to another core training exercise, the pelvic tilt hardly requires you to move at all. In my opinion, that’s the best kind of exercise!

  • Lie on your back with your knees bent and put your hands behind your head.
  • Notice that the arch of your back is not touching the floor.
  • Engage your abdominal muscles (flex) while pushing your back into the floor so there is no space between it and the surface of the floor.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.
  • Repeat 12 times.

This exercise is an incredibly easy way to strengthen your core. It might make you sweat a bit more than the other exercises on this list, but it’s a very non-dynamic way to increase strength and take the pressure off the spine. Essentially, this is an abs exercise that anyone can do.


Knee to Chest

This exercise is almost self-explanatory, but make sure to pay careful attention to the following steps so it benefits both your spine and your hips. of exercise!

  • Lie on your back with your knees bent and put your hands behind your head.
  • Notice that the arch of your back is not touching the floor.
  • Engage your abdominal muscles (flex) while pushing your back into the floor so there is no space between it and the surface of the floor.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.
  • Repeat 12 times.

This exercise is an incredibly easy way to strengthen your core. It might make you sweat a bit more than the other exercises on this list, but it’s a very non-dynamic way to increase strength and take the pressure off the spine. Essentially, this is an abs exercise that anyone can do.


Cobra Pose

The Cobra Pose not only has a cool name, but it will help keep your spinal discs separate and limber.

  • Lie face down on the floor with your legs together.
  • Put the palms of your hands on the floor next to your chest.
  • Slowly push yourself up until your upper body is facing forward, but keep your hips and lower body touching the floor.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.
  • Repeat five times.

If you ever find yourself putting your hands on your hips and leaning back to relieve back pain, the Cobra Pose will feel familiar. It’s a wonderful way to counter the effects of being hunched over all day. 



Monday:

9:00 am-12:30 pm

3:30 pm-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

9:00 am-12:30 pm

3:30 pm-7:00 pm

Thursday:

3:30 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed