The lumbar disc is made of a jelly-like substance used as a cushion between the vertebrae of the spine. The discs are made of 80% water when we are born, but with age, they dry out and provide less cushion and absorb less shock to the vertebrae. The associated vertebrae first become unstable but eventually will restabilize. Common complaints are pain centered on the low back, continuous pain present for 6+ weeks, pain increases with prolonged sitting, standing, walking or even laying down. Pain is exacerbated by movements: bending, lifting, twisting. Severe symptoms include pain, numbness, tingling, weakness in legs (radiculopathy). Goal: retrain the lumbar spine with correct postures, improve lumbar ROM, improve postures in sitting, increase lumbopelvic stability.