Standing Lateral Side Stretch
- Stand straight with legs slightly open (about shoulder width apart)
- Hands at the side of the body
- Slowly bend the body to one side (side bend ), while keeping
your head facing forward
- Slide hand down the leg until stretch is felt on the opposite side
- The stretch should be felt from the hip to the lower back
- Hold for 20-30 seconds
Repeat 3 times per side, twice daily
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