Having worked as a physical therapist in a sports medicine clinic for years, I've successfully treated many athletes dealing with back pain. And as a mountain and road biker. I've dealt with my fair share of back pain as well. The beauty of the human body is that it is always working to repair and restore tissue, and everything is connected. Sometimes, though, we just need to give it a little boost to get the connections all lined up nicely and flowing well. - Dara Richman

The recommended stretches are:

1. Hip Flexor Kneeling Stretch
2. Glute/Piriformis Supine Stretch
3. Midback Foam Roll

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