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Exercise is vital to getting better after spine surgery. It is the key to eliminating fatigue, getting patients back to activity safely, and avoiding re-injury. Ultimately, exercise is critical both in helping the body heal from the original injury and in preventing (or minimizing) future episodes of back pain.

www.livestrong.com/article/498885-core-strengthening-exercises-post-lumbar...

Core-strengthening exercises-- also called lumbar stabilization exercises -- require little to no equipment and can be performed virtually anywhere.Depending on your specific surgery, core strengthening exercises might be appropriate one to three months after your surgery.

www.verywellhealth.com/beginning-rehab-after-low-back-surgery-2696215

You may benefit from physical therapy after a lumbar laminectomy and discectomy to help you fully recover. The goals of low back rehab after surgery are to help you regain full range of motion and strength in your spine and to help you return to your previous lifestyle. Your PT will also work with you to develop an exercise program that you can do to help prevent future problems with your spine.

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Regular exercise to restore the strength of your back and a gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery after low back surgery. Your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist may recommend that you exercise for 10 to 30 minutes, 1 to 3 times a day during your early recovery.

www.pilates-back-joint-exercise.com/exercise-after-back-surgery.html

Neutral back position is the safest exercise position for someone with a bad back . Pilates exercises are well known to help realign the spine and increase the strength in the muscles that support the back. Finding neutral back or neutral spine position is easiest when you are lying on the floor. Lying exercise after back surgery

www.spineuniverse.com/blogs/hawkinson/can-exercise-after-spine-surgery

After the fusion heals and after you've gotten permission from your surgeon, you should be able to resume your typical activities. So yes, you can still be a very active person after spinal fusion surgery! You should know, though, that your spine may feel stiffer after your surgery and even after your fusion heals.

www.steadyhealth.com/topics/fusion-back-surgery-and-exercises-after

Physical Therapy after Spinal Fusion: Weeks 9 to 12. In addition to stretching and strengthening exercises already reviewed in this article, regular aerobic conditioning should be added starting about 9 weeks after lumbar fusion surgery. Aerobic exercise is also important to help the fusion set up well (indianworkouts).

www.webmd.com/back-pain/features/relieve-back-pain-with-core-strength-training

Relieve Back Pain With Core Strength Training. Exercise may be a better option for back pain than surgery. ... Back pain can be relieved by many different types of exercises.

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Back Pain Exercises Lumbar Exercises Back Surgery Spine Surgery After Surgery Sciatic Nerve Surgery Physical Therapy Exercises Spinal Stenosis Spine Health Here's a typical exercise program in physical therapy you can expect to utilize when recovering from a lumbar laminectomy and discectomy.