Low Back Pain accounts for considerable healthcare and socioeconomic costs. Non Specific low back pain is an uncomfortable medical condition that causes frequent disability and absence from work. The use of Swiss ball training for core muscle development has been popular for several years in patients with Low back pain. Motor control exercises produce improvements in global impression and activity, for people with chronic Low back pain. Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) exercises are designed to enhance the response of neuromuscular mechanisms by stimulating proprioceptors. Effects of both forms of exercise on low back pain has been shown in this book. A comparison of both forms of exercise also helps people to choose exercise depending upon their need and suitability. An overview of the procedure and timing for the exercises can be found in the book. This Book will prove useful for people who face low back pain in their daily life.