Staying Safe At Work

Staying Safe At Work

  • Tired Of Dealing With Chronic Back Pain? What You Can Do About It

    Trying to live a normal life when you're dealing with chronic back pain can sometimes seem to be nearly impossible. Basic activities such as sitting, walking or doing exercise can be extremely difficult when you constantly feel shooting stabs of pain running up and down your back. If you've tried everything that you think you know how to do to no avail and need more solutions, keep reading to find out what you can do to relieve the pain in your back.

  • Try To Avoid Sleeping In These Spots To Lessen Your Risk Of Back Pain

    If you've ever fallen asleep feeling all right but then woken up with back pain, any one of several factors could be at play. In many cases, it's the spot in which you're sleeping that can contribute to back or neck pain, however. Hopefully, your bed doesn't leave you in pain; if it does, it's definitely time to shop for a new one. However, people don't merely sleep in their beds.

  • Three Reasons To Take Your Child To The Chiropractor Even If He Or She Doesn't Have Back Pain

    As a responsible and concerned parent, you probably spend plenty of time making sure your child gets expert medical treatment for any and all illnesses as well as seeking preventive care before an illness develops. But what you may not realize is that your child can benefit from benefits of chiropractic care that result from correcting spinal fixations even if back pain symptoms aren't present. Here are three reasons this may be the case.

  • Don't Let Your Pokemon Go Obsession Lead To Neck Or Back Pain

    If you've recently downloaded Pokemon Go to your mobile device and frequently find yourself walking around your city with your eyes fixated on your screen, it's important that you make your safety a priority — beyond trying to avoid walking into light poles. Maintaining a posture in which your chin is tucked toward your chest can lead to neck or upper back pain, which can land you in the local chiropractic clinic in need of an adjustment.

  • Support Your Spouse by Attending Physical Therapy and Asking These Questions

    When your spouse has had an injury that requires visiting a physical therapist to help with the rehabilitation process, it's appropriate to attend these appointments with them. Doing so shows moral support, and it helps with travel logistics if your spouse has trouble getting in and out of the car. Another valuable reason to attend these appointments is to ask the physical therapist some questions that your spouse might not think to ask because he or she is too focused on the exercises or is discouraged by the injury.

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    Staying Safe At Work

    After I started working at my dad's lumber yard, I realized that some of my lifting habits were hurting my back. I realized that I couldn't stand up straight without wincing a little bit, so I decided to talk with a chiropractor about the issue. The professional carefully evaluated my condition and told me that I needed to focus on healthier back habits. I was able to learn how to stay safe at work by wearing a back brace and focusing on my posture. I want you to avoid debilitating back pain, which is one of the reasons I made this blog.

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