Thread: Back Injuries
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      05-19-2016, 05:24 PM   #18
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Get a standing desk. Sitting at work is terrible.
between my multiple back injuries and issues, standing for long periods of time has never been a good thing for me.


Some updates on the back, still fucked. Heading back to the DR next week for a checkup on it.

Been doing all the exercises ive been given by both my PT and my Sister-In-Law that is a PT. Back is still sore all the time, and super tight 90% of the time.

I havent been a lot less active though than normal, so that may be hindering my progress. Been doing lots of cardio and light weight work.
It's going to take a while to heal- think months instead of a few weeks.

If you're noticing it is incrementally getting better, then continue with your program. If you're worse, then shoot for a more aggressive plan.

Hope you can get by without surgery!
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