Dorsal spine osteoarthritis is very common even if it does not always cause pain. Very often, a joint limitations and therefore functional, is frequent symptom. The pain is often localized and can be caused by coughing; sometimes it spreads to the sides and to the ribs or to the front of the chest.
Osteoarthritis is the result of a muscle-tension syndrome, which is why it is important to take action on the muscles going to balance your posture.
With stretching exercises targeted to help lengthen the spine and relax your muscles, you can balance your posture devoting at least 15 minutes of exercise per day.
|Kneeling, your hands resting on the ground in front of you.|
|Lift one arm keeping it taut and slowly bringing it vertically above your head. Then return to the starting position and repeat the exercise with the other arm.|
|Lift one arm slowly keeping it taut and describe a semi-circle forward and backward. Perform the exercise following the hand with your eyes and repeat it first with one hand and then with the other.|
|Lying on your stomach with your arms stretched out in front|
|Without moving your head slowly raise one arm, then the other, then both at once.|
|Raise your arms, your head and chest to strengthen the muscles.|
|Lie on your back with your knees bent and the arms at your sides.|
|Inhale and stretch your arms behind your head describing an arc; exhaling, return to the starting position, bringing your arms at your sides parallel to the ground|
|Lie on your back with your knees bent and your arms folded behind the head|
|Inhale and press your elbows against the floor, then exhale, relax your muscles|
|Kneeling with arms stretched forward|
|Try to hit the ground with the chest doing light springing|
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