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... I LOVE the elliptical machine. ... (7 replies)
... range. I just got done with surgery number 4 which is the first surgery that just took it out of me. I want to build up the lower back and legs in a impact free and pain free way. ... (2 replies)
... about it, and he thought it was a good way to rehab if I had the access. With the usual caveats, stop with any back pain, work a gradual program over a set period with rehabilitation in mind, etc. ... (2 replies)

... I think it really depends upon the cause of your back pain. And it also depends upon the elliptical machine itself. We bought one several years ago. When we were out looking for one, I was really amazed at the difference in machines. ... (7 replies)
... it sounds like surgery is not an option, but I'm not sure if your doctors are more receptive now that your pain is continuing. I'm sorry to hear that your back pain has not resolved and sounds like it may have worsened. Like you, I had a full thickness annular tear, resulting in disc material extruded and pushing on nerves. ... (3 replies)
... While I was sore from using muscles that don't normally get engaged in my lightweight walking programs, it didn't seem to adversely affect my back that day or the next. ... (7 replies)
... This stabbing pain has been for about 5 years. Before having a baby, and Ive had several vaginal ultrasounds and nothing was found. I have had a bad back for years but no pain down my legs or anywhere else besides back and vagina. Until after I had my baby. ... (11 replies)
... and only had those types of machines. I know I'm not going to go out and buy a pilates machine. I am looking into an elliptical to build not only strength, but cardio as well. ... (7 replies)
... Anyway, she is a pain specialist and suggested the pain was mostly due to weak back muscles, that plenty of people with even fully herniated discs have no back pain at all and vice versa. ... (0 replies)
... including all the lumbar to the sacrum, I have no movement. I tried the elliptical at the gym and quickly injured my heel, as I couldn't shift my body with the machine and ended up slamming one heel over and over again until I figured out that it just wasn't going to work for me. I'm sure I was a sight! ... (7 replies)
Muscle pain
Oct 15, 2002
... S1, and suffered from chronic back pain for 12 years before that. ... (21 replies)
Muscle pain
Oct 15, 2002
... S1, and suffered from chronic back pain for 12 years before that. ... (21 replies)
... We bought one for Xmas and we just started using it as there were some problems with the machine and the company had to come out to fix it. ... (7 replies)
... when I began to faintly feel the old familiar butt pain. I immediately got off the machine and swithced to walking for a few minutes. I then stretched the buttock and iced it as well. ... (3 replies)
... The elliptical may or may not help you. The most important thing is to be cleared by your doctor or a physical therapist before you use it. ... (2 replies)
... Does anyone that has back problems have sharp nerve pain in their groin private area? ... (11 replies)
... have a couple of tips with respect to what is safe and what is not. First, so long as it does not cause pain, walking is considered to be the best exercise for back injuries. You may also consider using an elliptical machine or a stationary bicycle. If you have access to a pool, you could walk in the pool, as well. ... (4 replies)
... I pulled my lower back out yesterday, but still want to work out today. ... (1 replies)
... This is just my guess, but I would think if it doesnt aggravate anything in your back it's probalby okay to do. Do you or have you had a physical therapist you can ask? ... (7 replies)
... My surgeon recommends these to his spinneys along with a stationary bicycle that you sit on with lumbar back support. ... (7 replies)




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