School of Health Sciences
Exercise Science: Fitness Specialist
low back pain, exercise program, pain reduction, increased mobility
Other Rehabilitation and Therapy
Huepper, Kendal F., "Therapeutic Exercise Programming for Nonspecific Low Back Pain" (2022). Senior Honors Theses. 1246.
Nonspecific low back pain is a prevalent cause of injury and disability in the world today. However, most people with this condition continue to live in discomfort because they do not know how reduce their pain. Exercise is one of the many ways that those with lumbar pain can find relief. By combining a wide variety of exercises that have been shown to reduce pain while increasing strength, range of motion, activity, and functionality, this thesis attempts to create an evidence-based generalized therapeutic exercise program that those with nonspecific low back pain can utilize to live an active and healthy lifestyle while also improving their symptoms related to lower back pain.