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The 5 Best Sleeping Positions for Lower Back Pain
The 5 Best Sleeping Positions for Lower Back Pain

Back pain can be so debilitating that it not only affects a person’s waking hours but their sleep as well. To add to the problem, poor bed posture can worsen an aching back. So, what are the best sleeping positions if you have back pain? Our physical therapists answer this ...

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Blog posts in Back Pain

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