BlogThe following blog posts are based on my professional opinion of Chiropractic, my personal experience, Chiropractic adjustment options, and the effects that may or may not occur. These comments are general and are not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with any questions you may have. A Doctor of Chiropractic does not treat conditions or diseases.
We are designed to Move! 🕺🏼
Any prolonged sitting posture is going to put strain on the spinal structures and can potentially cause pain
Unfortunately during long work or travel days it can be difficult to find opportunity to move.
Try these simple tips to break away from your sitting posture to encourage movement:
- try not to sit in the same posture for longer than 20 min
- static standing places the spine in extension and can also cause pain, alternate between sitting and standing
- increasing your water intake will not only prevent dehydration but improve circulation and get you up and walking
Here are some tips for when your low back injury is healed, but we want to slowly get back into the gym.
#1 – go slowly
#2 – single leg work to balance out any poor muscle patterns
#3 – neutral core work followed by more advanced core work
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