Dynamic lumbar stabilization program

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  This program tries to find the most comfortable position for the lumbar spine and pelvis and training the body to maintain this position during activities. In doing this correctly, one can improve the proprioception of the lumbar spine and reduce the excess motion at the spinal segments. This will in turn reduce the amount of irritation at these segments, relieving pain and protecting the area from further damage. Examples of these exercises are Hook-lying March, Hook-lying March Combination and Bridging.