Time Tested Remedies for Back Pain

Back and Pain, two words most people don’t like to hear in the same sentence. Luckily there are plenty of treatments online that can help alleviate that pain. Some of the treatments can show signs of healing immediately and some are lifestyle changes that take some time to set in. Lets go into a few of those treatments and remedies now

Remedies and Treatments for Back Pain

back pain back pain treatment remedyIce

The oldest and most well-known natural treatment is none other than frozen water a.k.a. ICE ICE BABY. Using ice is that it is probably the most inexpensive treatment on the market and is the most available. Apply ice to the inflamed body part for 1 to 2 days to reduce swelling and relax the muscles.


stretch back pain treatment back massager naipoNatural Treatment number 2 on my list is a simple technique most people can perform. Stretching your body for 15 to 20 minutes has been known to dramatically decrease back pain. Maintaining a simple and consistent stretching regime can radically reduce back pain for as long as you maintain the regime.


posture back massager back massager treatmentCorrecting your posture and maintaining good posture throughout the day can be challenging, but the benefits toward correcting and treating your back pain are numerous. If you spend your days sitting a a computer desk o behind the wheel of a car your back pain can start to become a number 1 issue. Just as stretching spending time correcting your posture when your sitting and standing can begin to show results on your back pain immediately.

Massage Cushions

And last but certainly not the final treatment is massage cushions. These are great additions to your favorite couch in your home. Just plug in, sit down and let the healing begin. The benefit for massage cushions is you never have to call for an appointment your back pain relief is right in the comfort of your own home. If your looking for my review on a great back massager check it out:

==>My Massage Chair Cushion for Back Pain Review