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Jump up ^ Ostgaard HC, Andersson GB, Karlsson K (May 1991). "Prevalence of back pain in pregnancy". Spine. 16 (5): 549–52. doi:10.1097/00007632-199105000-00011. PMID 1828912.
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5h Core exercises aren’t all about that six-pack. One review in the Journal of Physical Therapy Science found that core strengthening, specifically, was superior to resistance training when it comes to alleviating chronic lower back pain. The muscles of your midsection include those in the front of your body (aka your abs), the muscles in your back and around your spine, as well as your hip muscles, pelvic floor and diaphragm, says Robertson. “These deep, supporting muscles help stabilize your back as you move,” he says. Make ‘em strong to move your spine sans pain.
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You may be a fashion maven who receives regular compliments on your maternity style, but if you're wearing high-fashion (read: high-heeled) shoes, you're not doing your back any favors. "High heels increase the curvature of your back and create pressure" that drives the weight of your pregnancy directly into your lower spine and hip joints, Dr. Rosser says. You may also lose your balance -- your weight shifts as the pregnancy advances and the center of gravity changes -- and heels cause you to be less stable. But walking in flats isn't the answer either, because they leave your feet, which tend to spread during pregnancy because of hormonal changes, unsupported. Poor foot position can manifest itself as imbalance and pain all the way up your legs and back. To get the best support -- and to relieve the most pressure -- Dr. Rosser advises a low-heeled shoe that is comfortable with either a built-in arch support or an orthotic insertion. The slight rise of the low heel will help distribute the weight that's on your legs in a more stable and back-supportive way.