A pulled muscle occurs when a muscle in the lower back is stretched or torn, report doctors at the Mayo Clinic. Lower back muscle strains are common and often can be treated at home. Serous tears sometimes require surgery to repair the injury. There are a number of easy steps you can take to treat a pulled lower back muscle.
Lower Back Muscle Strain Support Belt-- This lumbar support brace helps encourage proper lifting which in turn can prevent an injury to the lower back muscles. This lower back support is made of a elastic that helps to conform to your body. | BraceAbility
The butterfly stretch releases and relaxes your lower back muscles and wraps your outer glute muscles closer to their underlying bones. It stretches your glutes and lower back as well as the muscles that connect to your IT band. This stretch is eye-popping at first, but quickly becomes more relaxing.