Movement is often used as therapy. A recent study demonstrated that moving your leg is beneficial for those types of low back pain with associated pain in the leg.
Effect of Neural Mobilization Exercises in Patients With Low Back-Related Leg Pain With Peripheral Nerve Sensitization: A Prospective, Controlled Trial - ScienceDirect
Strength-building exercises with weights, medicine balls, elastic bands, or even with just your own body weight have been shown to make muscles stronger and faster.
Neural mobilization and intermittent cervical traction techniques simultaneously applied are very efficient in treating patients suffering with cervical radiculopathy (chronic neck pain, lack of grip strength, decreased cervical range of movement).
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