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How to Take Care of Your Spine

How to Take Care of Your Spine

Taking care of your spine is crucial for your overall bodily health. Without the proper care of your spine, you may run the risk of becoming compromised in other areas of your body. Your spine is one of the most important areas of your body to treat well and protect throughout your life. In this post, we’ll be discussing the various ways you can do just that while also promoting greater overall health. Enjoy!

Let Your Spine Decompress with a Good Mattress

We all know the feeling of laying down on our bed after a long day. It’s one of the absolute best feelings. At the same time, you’ll want to make sure your mattress is conducive to a good night’s sleep. If you find yourself waking up with a stiff neck, back, or spine; it’s time to reevaluate your mattress. While purchasing a new mattress can be expensive, it often ends up being much more expensive later on if you have to go to the doctor for various reasons caused by your unsupportive mattress. On top of that, you’ll want to have a good mattress not just for financial reasons, but also for the benefit of your health. Health is wealth, after all.

Exercise Core Muscle Groups

Exercising your core muscle groups, especially in your abdomen, can provide you with much-needed strength and stamina to allow your posture and spine to be the best they can be. Our posture and our subsequent spinal positioning are mainly developed with the strength of our abdomen. When you have a weakened core, you may find yourself inadvertently slouching. That is not ideal if you’re looking to improve your posture and spine health. Start off by exercising the area with some mild ab exercises and you may find your posture improving naturally over time.

Wear Supportive Shoes

We don’t always realize it, but our choice of shoes makes a huge difference in how our back, neck, and spine respond to walking and running. If you’re the type of person who wears fancy dress shoes or high-heels, you may want to consider trading those in for a much more supportive pair of stylish sneakers or flats with arch support. We know it may not be the most in-style, fashionable choice; yet good spine health never goes out of style.

Massage Therapy & Physical Therapy

Massage therapy and physical therapy are good ways to help relieve tension, stress, and pain throughout the neck, back and spine. Our team of physical therapists here at Neurosurgery & Spine Consultants is trained in helping our patients overcome their conditions through non-invasive methods.

Practice Good Ergonomics While Sitting & Limit Total Sitting Time Throughout the Day

Sitting in a supportive chair if you have an office job, or even maintaining good posture through a reminder app on your phone can help a lot when it comes to spine health. If you must sit throughout the day, make sure to take breaks every hour to walk around and briefly stretch. This simple action helps promote circulation and natural movement.

Contact Us for Your Spine Care Needs

If you’re experiencing neck, back, or spine pain; you’ll want to contact us using the form below. We’ll be sure to have you seen by one of our excellent medical professionals as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you soon!


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