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Have you experienced BACK PAIN in some form… during your life?

Have you experienced BACK PAIN in some form… during your life?

   Consider this… if your back has ever hurt, even the slightest amount.

   Your body’s core, also commonly known as your torso, supports your entire body, top to bottom.

   That means that if you have a strong torso you’ll have LESS injury and pain, including your back!

   Your posture is also affected by the strength of your core.

   Without strong abdominal muscles to help hold your back, shoulders, neck, and head into their proper positions, you’ll find yourself slouching, and slouching is bad.

   This slouching and poor posture can cause pain and injury throughout your body without you really realizing it’s happening.

2 Ways To Help Your Back

   Stretching and weight training are two ways you can help your core be as strong as possible. There are levels of exercises appropriate for anyone, from gentle yoga to heavier strength training programs. Are you looking to get healthy and stay healthy? Start with a strong core, good eating and sleeping habits, lots of water, a great attitude, and regular chiropractic adjustments. Talk to me and let me show you how you can help your own back!

Eat to Live Not Live to Eat

Dr. Hesselberg

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