All posts tagged: low back pain

Back Pain: 3 ways chiropractors can help

The following article is from the Canadian Chiropractic Association website. Author: CCA Staff Team With the Fall season upon us, it’s back to school—and back to work—for a majority of Canadians. With many students and workers sitting for much of the day, back pain might start setting in. Back pain is a problem that affects

9 Steps to Make Sure Your Child Is Using Their Backpack Correctly

The following article is from the Canadian Chiropractic Association website. Author: CCA Staff Team As summer winds down it’s time to start thinking about back to school. That includes, lunches, books, and backpacks! It’s important to make sure backpacks fit properly from an early age. If backpacks are worn incorrectly over long periods of time,

How Yoga Can Help Ease Your Pain

The following article is from the Canadian Chiropractic Association website. Author: CCA Staff Yoga is a helpful tool for physical and mental well-being. It combines stretching, strength, and meditation to ease stress in the body and promote strength, flexibility, and relaxation. But, did you know yoga also has the potential to help you with your

7 Ways to Fit Your Bike

This article is from the Canadian Chiropractic Association website. Author: CCA Staff Team Most people know you need a bike that you can step over and reach the pedals, but did you know there are several components that you can (and should) adjust to make your bike fit right? This is a practice pro cyclists

13 Ways to Turn Spring Cleaning into a Workout

This article is from the Canadian Chiropractic Association website. Author: CCA Staff Team Whenever Spring rolls around, warmer weather and increased sunshine is a big mood booster. It’s also traditionally the time we try to reset our living space and start our annual Spring cleaning routine. It doesn’t have to be a chore, though. Whether

User’s guide to the Human Body: why injuries occur and one simple way to help prevent them

Have you ever suffered a physical injury that occurred without a traumatic impact but rather happened while you were performing routine activities?  These types of injuries are quite common and it is important to understand predisposing factors in order to prevent the next incidence!  There are four categories of stress that are consistently involved in

For Better Health, Put Your Best Foot Forward

The phrase ‘putting your best foot forward’ is better advice than most people realize, since feet play a vital role in your body’s ability to function well. Feet are our base of support, they allow us to walk and move, they protect our knees, hips, and spine from impact, and support the weight of our