3 Tips For Reducing Your Back Pain While Standing All Day At Work

Posted on: 25 October 2017
If you are required to stand in one position for most of the day at work, you may find that you return home after your shift with back pain every night. If so, use one or more of the following tips for reducing your back pain while standing all day at work. Place Thick Insoles in Your Shoes One thing you can do to ease your back pain at work is something you can do before you even leave your home.
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4 Tips For Relieving Back Pain While Pregnant

Posted on: 27 September 2017
Pregnancy involves a lot of aches and pains, as your body experiences dramatic changes and accommodates the extra weight. For many women, back pain is an especially frustrating aspect of pregnancy, making it difficult to sleep and affecting your overall comfort level. Luckily, there are specific back pain treatments you can do to help relieve your back pain during pregnancy. Here are four ideas to try: Visit a Chiropractor A chiropractor will help adjust your back's alignment to alleviate your pain.
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Rely On A Chiropractor, Not Yourself, For Electronic Muscle Stimulation

Posted on: 4 September 2017
When you think about electronic muscle stimulation—a process that includes pads stuck to your skin that are connected to wires carrying an electronic pulse—you'll often think of two things. One may be receiving this form of therapy in a chiropractic or physical therapy clinic, while the other may be buying an electronic muscle stimulator (perhaps after seeing it on a late-night infomercial) and treating yourself. If you're in pain and are thinking about electronic muscle stimulation, you may be tempted to buy your own device and treat yourself.
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What To Expect At A Chiropractor's Appointment

Posted on: 9 August 2017
If you have never been to see a chiropractor before, you may be a little nervous about what to expect. Fortunately, most chiropractors are used to this nervousness in first time patients, and they are quite skilled at putting you at ease. The following guide can help prepare you for what to expect at your appointment. The interview Your first appointment will likely involve little to no treatment. This is because the chiropractor needs to interview you to determine the most likely causes of your pain or discomfort.
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