“Lift with your legs, not with your back” is a saying that we have all heard before but don’t often put into practice. The reason we overlook this saying is because more times than not, we lift or bend improperly with no immediate adverse effects. Although we lift improperly and may not feel pain right away,
In today’s day and age our cell phones have become a technology that we cannot live without. For many people a cell phone is a device used to run their business, for others it is their connection to the outside world via social media, and for some it is used for pure entertainment.
If you have sciatica, you know it’s no fun, with common symptoms including nerve pain, burning, numbness and radiating pain. However, because sciatica is a symptom of a problem rather than a disorder itself, New Jersey chiropractors are uniquely positioned to help you. Rather than trying to resolve only the sciatica, they dig deeper to also treat its cause.
Medications such as aspirin and other NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), neck exercises and even surgery don’t always help neck pain go away. New Jersey chiropractic doctors talk with thousands of patients every day, and they’ve learned about unusual but effective ways patients combat neck pain. Some chiropractors have adopted a few ideas for their practices.
I began doing yoga in 2003. It helped with so many of my physical issues I was hooked instantly! Years of dance class made me a natural at the bendy twisty poses.
Two years ago I was in a restorative relaxing gentle class. We were told to go into Cow Face Pose.
This pose doesn’t make me think,
I saw this one on the internet and thought I would share it with you. It comes from Entrepreneur, so I guess that means it is for important people, haha! I hope you can use it:
We know physical health affects job performance, yet the demands of the day often win out over doctors’
How back pain results from sitting in an office chair
Sitting in office chairs for prolonged periods of time can be a major cause of back pain. Sitting is a static posture that can cause increased stress in the back, neck, arms and legs, and can add a tremendous amount of pressure to the back muscles and spinal discs.