6 Exercises for Lower Back Arthritis 

Pelvic Tilts: Lie on your back, bend your knees, and gently tilt your pelvis upward, engaging your lower back muscles. 

Bridge Exercise: Lift your hips off the ground while keeping your shoulders on the floor, strengthening the lower back and core. 

Cat-Cow Stretch: On hands and knees, arch and round your back alternately to improve flexibility and reduce stiffness. 

Seated Forward Bend: Sit with legs extended, hinge at your hips, and reach toward your toes, promoting lower back flexibility. 

Partial Crunches: Lie on your back, hands behind your head, and lift your shoulders off the ground, targeting the abdominal and lower back muscles. 

Child's Pose: Kneel on the floor, sit back on your heels, and reach your arms forward, stretching the lower back and promoting relaxation. 

Pelvic Clock Exercise: While lying on your back, gently rotate your pelvis in a circular motion, enhancing mobility and reducing stiffness. 

Swimming Exercise: While lying on your stomach, lift opposite arm and leg simultaneously, strengthening the lower back muscles and improving overall core stability. 

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