Tips for Sleeping with Back Pain

Many people who suffer from back pain near Miami also have problems falling asleep or staying asleep. If this applies to you, then your first step should be to visit a spine institute to discover the cause of your back pain and explore your treatment options, such as spinal stenosis surgery. You might also consider altering your sleeping position to maintain a neutral spine while you’re in bed. This can reduce stress on the spine and ease back pain.

Watch this video to hear a physical therapist describe how you can achieve a neutral spinal position. If you have lumbar pain and you typically sleep on your side, you can place a small pillow between your knees. Make sure that your ear, shoulder, hip, and ankle form a straight line.

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