Everyone needs to take care of their back/spine because it is what holds us up as long as we keep it straight and strong. Strengthening the core can help prevent a weak and misaligned spine from getting worse and helps to eliminate pain.
Back safety should be priority one, as it affects all aspects of your life. Not only are you protecting your back, but are preventing future injury. From the time you wake until bedtime, here are some tips for changes in sleeping position, and getting in and out of a car.
We all need to pay attention to proper body positioning and body mechanics, as it will pay off in the long run.
This is usually the time when the pain starts and can make the rest of the day miserable. Here are a few tips that can help.
Sleep is very important. Finding a comfortable position while sleeping can be tough, especially with back pain. Using quality pillows in the right way can help provide comfort, support for your neck and back and keep you asleep.
Getting in and out of a car can be a tough challenge when dealing with back pain. Here are a few tips to help.
The key is to be aware of your posture and safety awareness.
Daily living including sports and household chores should be done with overall and spinal safety in mind.
Whatever positions work for you and your regular activities bending, retrieving, lifting, and carrying objects, using correct techniques combined with proper posture will take care of your neck and back.
Chiropractic can take care of your spine which means it is good for your overall health. While many people think that its only purpose is to treat back pain, chiropractic focuses on total body wellness. All too often problems within the body are interrelated. For instance, back pain could be the result of an altered gait due to an ankle injury. A misaligned neck could cause a headache due to awkward sleep positions (or even the wrong pillow).
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