Good spine health is a component to overall health. Chiropractic adjustments make it possible to keep your spine in alignment, allowing you to have the mobility you need without excess pain. Walking is an excellent way to strengthen the muscles that support your spine. Your circulation will improve, bring nutrient dense blood to your muscles and tissues. Walking is an easy way to take care of your spine health and keep yourself moving. It is a practical excercise that you can do just about anywhere, making it possible to commit to a daily walking routine.
Many of us know that maintaining one’s health should be a top priority. However, we’re all human, get busy with life and tend to slack on the things that keep us healthy when life gets crazy. Unfortunately, though, this can cause even more issues—especially during stressful times. That’s why it’s important to regroup every once in awhile and remember that staying healthy isn’t too difficult if you focus on the basics. Let’s look at a few of these basics and walk you through how to maintain your health during stressful times.
As summer gets into full swing you start seeing more and more cyclists out and about. If you are thinking about joining them, we have good news for you. Not only is cycling a lot of fun, but it’s also great for your health. Here are some of the key reasons we think you should start cycling.
Neck tension and soreness is an all too common problem for adults. Whether due to an injury, excessive strain, repetitive motion issues or some other reason, neck pain is extremely prevalent. There are things that you can do to help alleviate some of your discomfort, fortunately. Here we will cover for simple neck stretches that you can try out to get some relief.
For chiropractic patients, back strength is a major priority. But in today’s challenging times, going to the gym regularly is not an option for most. Fortunately, there are ways for you to increase your back strength without a gym – you don’t even necessarily need any equipment. You can use your own bodyweight to get a stronger back.
There are countless bodyweight exercises out there, so you have plenty to choose from. But to make things easier, we have collected five of our favorite bodyweight exercises for back strength. Please check them out and try out one or two that look appealing. And remember, if you feel any pain or you are worried about hurting yourself, be sure to reach out to your chiropractor to discuss the exercises before you try them.
Summer is right around the corner, and with warmer weather, the desire to get outside and exercise comes naturally. But if you are struggling with back pain or dealing with a back injury, choosing the right exercise is important. You can benefit a lot from exercise, but you want to be gentle on your spine so you can avoid injury and continue regular exercise. Here are four fun outdoor activities that can help you stay fit while avoiding unnecessary strain on your back.