Physical Therapy in San Jose, Los Gatos, Foster City and Burlingame for Lower Back
Stand with your back against the wall and your arms at 30°.
Face your palms forward with your feet 12-24” from the wall.
Try to contact with wall with your hips, low back, midback, shoulders and head while breathing from the diaphragm.
Hold and repeat as advised by your Physical Therapist at MORE Physical Therapy.
Don’t force your head back against the wall or hyperextend the neck. Once you can comfortably maintain the base position, slide your arms up the wall until you are unable to maintain contact with the wall.