No one wants to experience back pain on Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is for family, friends, and delicious food. But with all the food that needs to be cooked and everyone milling about, back pain is a real problem that you may experience. We’ve compiled a short list of tips to keep back pain away on Thanksgiving,
With Halloween right around the corner, we thought we’d get into the spirit and spook you with some facts about poor posture. Trust us, the side effects of poor posture aren’t pretty. But before we get into the scary details, let’s cover what proper posture is.
Proper posture while standing:
- Stand up straight with your hands at your sides.
Would you believe it if we told you that simply using shoe inserts could help alleviate your lower back pain? It’s time to start believing because foot orthotics and lower back pain have a proven link. Research has shown that foot orthotics (shoe inserts) can help manage lower back pain, depending on the cause of the pain.
We know you can still hear it like it was just yesterday – your mom advising (not nagging) you to do certain things while you were growing up. If you don’t eat your vegetables, no dessert! No coffee – it will stunt your growth. If you keep making that face it will get frozen like that.
Welcome to 2017! Who’s determined to make this their best year yet? We know we are! To kick off the year with a bang, we decided to provide you with some extraordinarily reasonable resolutions to make if you’re suffering from back or neck pain.
Resolutions can be difficult to maintain throughout the year,
Throughout your entire life, you have been taught that good posture is essential to your health. How many times have you had someone tell you to stand or sit up straight? Probably too many to count.
Good posture has many benefits to your overall health. It can help relieve, or even prevent,