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  • Celebrate Wellness!Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • Back pain can affect every aspect of your life!Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • Risk Factors For Back Pain:1:Smoking.2:Sedentary life.3:Obesity.4:poor diet.Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • Smoking Is One The Risk Factors of Low Back Pain.

    The theory is that smoking damages the blood supply to the spinal discs and related structures in a similar manner to the effects of smoking on coronary arteries (the arteries that supply your heart muscles). To decrease your risk for back problems, stop smoking today! Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • Sedentary LifestyleA Perpetuating Factor for Lower Back PainHumans are naturally creatures of movement. The human body is designed to allow comfortable movement patterns through our sometimes unpredictable environment. However, todays culture certainly does not promote regular movement and unfortunately offers way too many solutions that make our lives just a little too easy. We sit in our cars to drive to work, we sit at our desks for hours at a time, then we sit back in our cars to drive home where we typically sit down to eat dinner and watch TV.When the spine is out of alignment at any level, muscular imbalances manifest themselves as postural issues that may cause pain and injuries.Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • Obesity: Another Risk Factor of Back Pain

    Though physical activity carries risks, physical inactivity may carry even higher risks for most people. By creating whats called a caloric deficit you can lose weight, stay trim, and decrease the load on your spine. Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • Diet:Dont forget a healthy diet, including proper hydration with pure water. Spinal discs are up to 90% water, so remember you are not only what you eat, but also what you drink!

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

  • To take the first step contact your Doctor of ChiropracticInformation Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

    Information Compiled By: Dr Jennifer Tinoosh

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