If you have back pain, your initial instinct is to probably focus on your back. This makes complete sense to want to target the area that is causing you problems. And while it’s important to think about improving spinal strength and mobility, it’s also helpful to look at the bigger picture.
The back is part of an interconnected series of nerves, muscles, and bones that connect intricately with your feet. Thus, massaging select areas of your feet could be a med-free, alternative way to provide relief to pain. And who doesn’t love a good massage anyway?
Follow these directions to pinpoint areas along the inside of the foot, the joint between the first and second toe, and the middle of the foot that can relieve pain energy coming down from the back.
Read the full article here: How To Get Rid of Back Pain By Massaging Your Feet