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Good Posture Quick Tips

Back pain can result from injury, spinal abnormalities, degenerative conditions and even poor posture – all of which can prevent you from living an active healthy life.

Shoulders pulled back and down, head held high, stomach pulled in and chin tucked in.

Avoid 'forward head' posture, keep your cheekbones and collarbone in line.

Did you know?

Back pain is the third most common reason for taking time off work and work-related activities, including lifting heavy weights, bending and twisting and even working in the same position for extended periods can contribute to lower back problems.

Good Posture Handy Hints

Avoid sitting for long periods of time. Take brief walks or stand and stretch regularly.

When standing, balance your weight equally on both legs and feet.

Did you know?

Parents of young children are at risk of back problems due to lifting and twisting while carrying children.


Due to the nature of the pain and its causes, a holistic approach is needed in most cases to re-educate and adjust the body. Chiropractors are trained and knowledgeable professionals who use skill - not force or strength - to conduct adjustments that address the cause instead of simply treating a symptom.
Here are a few ways you can help prevent back pain:

1. Sleeping position. Sleeping on your side with your knees pulled up slightly toward your chest is sometimes suggested. Prefer to sleep on your back? Put one pillow under your knees and another under your lower back. Sleeping on your stomach can be especially hard on your back. If you can’t sleep any other way, place a pillow under your hips.

2. Get more exercise. If your back is hurting, you may think the best way to get relief is to limit exercise and to rest. A day or two of rest may help, but more than that may not help the pain. Experts now know that regular physical activity can help ease inflammation and muscle tension.

3. Watch your weight. few extra kilograms, especially in your midsection, can make back pain worse by shifting your center of gravity and putting strain on your lower back.

The above information is general information, chiropractic care is individually based: discuss your specific needs with your chiropractor.
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