As a winter snow storm bears down on parts of the country, many will find themselves shoveling out for the first time this season. A chiropractor explains that the type of snow shovel you use doesn’t matter as much as how you use it.
Discover how poor posture can lead to neck and back pain, and other health troubles — especially when you sit at a desk all day. A chiropractor shares useful tips for improving your posture.
A chiropractor offers advice on how to avoid morning back pain after finishing your fall yard cleanup. (No leaf blowers necessary!)
If arthritis or back pain are causing you problems behind the wheel, don’t despair. Occupational therapist Patrick Baker offers these practical tips to help you continue driving as comfortably as possible.
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