Dr.Susan Klein-Vogelbach, a founding director of a physical therapy school in Basel, Switzerland, was the first to use Swiss balls with adults who had orthopedic or other medical problems.Many back pain sufferers find the ball invaluable in rehabilitation.
I had citated from the wanderful book, written by Maureen Flett “SWISS BALL” for Strength, Tone, and Posture. Author had covered Neutral Alignment and Posture Positions, and also had covered Core Stability Exercises /Beginners’ Level /
Author also had recommended not be rushed and can take anything from an hour to a few weeks to perfect following exercises:
Bridge with Legs Lifts
Bridge and double Knee Flex
Side Walk /lay with the ball between your shoulders in the reverse bridge position/
Hip and Knee Flexion /lay with ball under your shoulders and your feet shoulder width apart/
Reverse Bridge with Leg Extention.
Adductors /lay on the exercise mat with the ball placed between your knees/
With regards, Miroslava.