…make an appointment with a physical therapist if you have any long lasting neck or back pain that is not relieved with regular foam rolling. While the foam roller is a great tool to help you maintain a healthy spine, and is perfect for keeping your major lower-body muscles limber (i.e. - glutes, hips, groin, and hamstrings) which will help combat most causes of low back pain.
If the pain persists and seems to be getting worse, you should contact your doctor.
…roll over joints or bones, or directly on areas like the low back or neck. As a rule of thumb, it’s best not to roll with your full body weight over your lower spine or on your neck as these areas can be quite sensitive. Check out the Morph Mobility Deck for routines and moves that can help you work through neck and low back pain.