Desk Habits for a Healthy Back

Whether you work from home or in an office, most of your day is probably consumed by looking at a computer. Maybe, you get to stroll to the conference room and sit in a meeting for a few hours. You might even get a free second to fix a snack. But, 90% of your day is likely spent in a chair.

Better Sleep, Better Back

We often don’t have questions about “how to sleep”, but we’ve all wondered how to get better sleep, or perhaps, how to make sleep more productive. Those 8 hours a night are necessary for your body to rest, refuel and recharge for the next day. Without healthy sleep, your memory, productivity, immune system, mood, cognition,

The Benefits of Swimming

The summer heat often tends to keep people indoors with the air conditioning blasting and fans on high cooling them off. While summertime brings longer days, a little more leisure time and often vacations, it can also put a wrench in your usual exercise routine. Walking and running are great cardio workouts, but in the heat,

Foot Orthotics and Lower Back Pain

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.

Ward Off Back Pain With Exercise

We have a lot of family members and patients ask us what they can do to prevent back pain. While it depends on the cause of pain, we generally advise that they can ward off back pain with exercise and proper posture.

Believe it or not, one of the best forms of exercise to help prevent back pain and injury is weight training.

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Everyday Habits to Prevent Back Injury and Pain

Each morning, we have a routine. It might include starting off with a hot shower or firing up the coffee maker. Our routines continue throughout the day: we take the same route to work, lunch at noon, favorite TV program at 9:00, and then off to bed.

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Technology: A Real Pain in the Neck

The possible culprit of your neck pain: your phone

Remember the first time you ever heard of someone getting carpal tunnel syndrome? We’re sure you were surprised to learn that they got it from typing! It was a rarely heard-of affliction mostly due to the insurgence of computers into our daily lives.

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