Use it or lose it; Easing Arthritis Pain
Living with a chronic condition, such as arthritis, can make it difficult and painful for you to complete daily tasks like running errands or using…
Living With Arthritis
Arthritis affects about one in five Canadians. That’s more than six million people. It limits their ability to complete daily tasks. Many people living with…
Yoga for People with Low Back Pain
Yoga can be an effective and gentle tool to help manage your low back pain. Its many benefits include relief from pain, stress and anxiety – it’s also fun and challenging! Yoga can…
5 Things Your Chiropractor Wishes You Would Stop Doing
We all do simple, everyday things that drive chiropractors crazy! Here’s why you should stop doing them and what you can do instead. Improper Lifting…
5 Ways to Stay Pain-Free This Holiday Season
‘Tis the season for eating great food, spending quality time with loved ones and sharing cherished traditions. Unfortunately, all of the hustle and bustle can…
Yes, Texting Can Lead to Neck Pain
As you read this article, more than likely on your phone or tablet, take a moment to notice your posture. There’s a good chance that…
Five Health Hacks for Pain Relief
Let’s face it. Between dropping the kids off to soccer practice and being swamped with work assignments, it can be difficult to find time to manage lingering aches and pain. If you’d like to avoid a trip to the doctor’s office or spending money on workout equipment, here is a low cost approach to solving discomfort using items lying around your house.
How to Lift Your Luggage
In the flurry of packing for a vacation or business trip, it’s easy to get carried away and pack everything but the kitchen sink into your suitcase and carry-on. But over-packed luggage and improper lifting and carrying techniques are common causes of injury to the back, neck and shoulders.
Kick Up Your Heels!
Not only can those brand new high-heeled shoes cause pain in your feet, they can cause low back pain as well. In fact, poor footwear can cause difficulties in the feet, knees, hips, low back and all the way up the spine. Generally, the best shoes for your body are relatively flat and provide adequate support.