Satterwhite Chiropractic looks to inspire
Oxford chiropractic care patients to foster a
healthy spine. A healthy spine is the basis of a healthy body
and key to preventing Oxford back pain which is so widespread! Satterwhite Chiropractic
welcomes these healthy spine tips from the American
Chiropractic Association (1,2,3,4). We can all discover something
from their healthy
spine tips! Oxford chiropractic patients and their
Oxford chiropractor at Satterwhite Chiropractic strive for as healthy a spine as possible.
Oxford HEALTHY SPINE TIPS FOR DAILY LIVING
healthy spine necessitates being sensible while performing daily
activities. When texting (and Satterwhite Chiropractic
knows our Oxford chiropractic clients and their families do a lot
of this!), Satterwhite Chiropractic recommends that you read through text with your eyes and/or raise
your cellphone parallel with your eyes so
you don’t hunch your neck.
When lifting boxes, use your legs to
shield your back muscles from injury.
When sitting, keep your knees level with your
hips, and sit as straight as possible to avoid slouching.
When sleeping, lie down on your back and put a pillow under the knees to lessen
the pressure on your spine.
When standing, keep your head even with
your ears above your shoulders to keep a straight, vertical
Satterwhite Chiropractic shares this quick “Healthy
Back Tips” video from the American Chiropractic Association about these Oxford
healthy spine tips.
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Check out that video. Then schedule your next
Oxford chiropractic appointment with Satterwhite Chiropractic. Know that you’ll get to know about
these healthy spine tips in the course of your Oxford
chiropractic treatment plan dialogue! Oxford
chiropractic care with Satterwhite Chiropractic is all about a healthy spine.
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