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Back pain affects four in five Australians
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Back pain affects four in five Australians

Luckily, physiotherapist, sports scientist, author and all-round great woman, Francine St George, is here to help!

Francine says back pain is the second most common reason (apart from colds) that we visit at GP. With a bit of hard work, some simple postural adjustments and regular stretching, there’s a lot we can do to alleviate those every day aches and pains and help protect necks and backs in the long-term.

Here, Francine talks to Nine’s TODAY EXTRA about some lifestyle and attitudinal changes you can make today and you can find out more in Francine’s new book, The Back Pain Handbook, onsale now.

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