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The 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.

Single Leg Deadlift – Why You Should Do Them Even If You Aren’t A Body Builder

Why do I like single-leg deadlifts so much? Because they help low back pain! I used to be a figure skater, and I had low back pain I needed to rehab over the years. These helped me so much! The single-leg deadlift is simple and effective. It helps with preventing and rehabbing low back pain, as well as improving balance. You can do this with a kettlebell or dumbbell, and I would suggest that beginners can do it without any weights and still get effective exercise.

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Shoulder Strengthening Exercise

This video shows you how to strengthen your external shoulder rotator cuff muscles. This is great for the rounded forward shoulders, the head forward posture, and neck and shoulder pain.

Give it a try, and let us know if we can help.

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How to do a wall sit

 

The wall sit exercise is a simple exercise that you can do anywhere. It helps to strengthen the lower legs, which can help with knee pain and back pain.

Let us know if you have any questions!

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Donkey Kick Exercise for low back pain and pelvic instability

The donkey kick exercise strengthens the glutes and can help with low back pain and pelvic instability.

Tips for this exercise to get the most out of it are:

  • Ensure you are activating your glutes and not your hamstrings.
  • Keep the leg you are listing at a 90 degrees bend.
  • Ensure your hip is not internally or externally rotated and is neutral

Let me know if you have any questions!

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Donkey Kick Exercise for Low Back Pain

The donkey kick exercise strengthens the glutes and can help with low back pain and pelvic instability.

Tips for this exercise to get the most out of it are:

Ensure you are activating your glutes and not your hamstrings.
Keep the leg you are listing at a 90 degrees bend
Ensure your hip is not internally or externally rotated and is neutral

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Campbell Chiropractic Gives Back

We are part of a wonderful community in London, and we want to give back!

Dr. Michelle was inspired at the London Chamber of Commerce awards early this week by Anderson Ales, a local business award winner. Congratulations!

We have decided to donate a portion of sales from one shift per month to a deserving local charity.

We will pick a different charity each month.

The choice will be based on local London charities and charities that are meaningful and special to us as staff members.

Our first charity is local to us – they are our neighbour – and is very meaningful to Tiffany.

https://soahac.on.ca

 

 

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Did you know I had back pain too? This exercise helped me a lot.

I used to be a figure skater in my younger years.  And I LOVED it!  For so many reasons.  But, it did cause me some chronic low back pain in my adult years.

This is one of the exercises that helped me heal my low back pain and help my hips and glutes to fire the way they are supposed to so I could live pain-free again!

The clamshell exercise helps people with knee pain, hip pain, or back pain. It strengthens both the gluteus medius and the gluteus Maximus.

Please give it a try and let me know if this is something you need help with – we are here for you!

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