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About 8 in 10 people in the U.S. will have back issues at some point in their lives. With numbers like that it’s no wonder most of us view the oncoming Christmas season with as much trepidation as we do cheer.

But back pain needn’t put a dampener on the holidays.

Here are 5 tips to help manage your back pain this season.

1. Don’t Shop Til You Drop

Americans spend a lot of time at the mall. It might not seem like it, but shopping puts a mighty strain on the body. As well as being on your feet for long stretches, you’re also lifting and carrying bags, shifting your weight unevenly, and often forgetting to hydrate.

If you can’t avoid the mall, be mindful of how long you spend on your feet. Take regular breaks to sit and give your back a rest. Make use of trollies and don’t be proud of loading the car up all by yourself.

If you can avoid the hustle and bustle altogether that’s even better. Look at buying your gifts online and having them pre-wrapped and delivered.

2. Keep up Your Routine

Once the holidays hit it can be all too easy to let your eating and exercise routines fall by the wayside. But while skipping your stretches to get a head start on your Christmas cooking may seem harmless, ’tis the season to stay on top of your self-care.

Christmas is a strenuous time, both mentally and physically. Taking care of yourself by maintaining your stretching and strength exercises is essential lest you ring in the new year in pain.

3. Meal Prep Is Your Friend

Putting on a spread for the big day? Plan your cooking ahead of time so you’re not over-exerting yourself rushing around on the day.

Activities like chopping and dicing can be done ahead of all the major cooking. You also needn’t be hunched over the bench to do it. Look around and see if there are other surface areas to use that will put less strain on your back issues – the dining room table for example.

Don’t stay in any one position for too long at a time. If you’re prone to losing yourself in a task and forgetting to shift, employ a kitchen timer to remind you to sit, stand, or stretch.

4. Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help

It can seem galling to ask for help with activities that you used to achieve alone with no issues but remember your family and friends would rather lend a hand than see you in pain.

Don’t be afraid to delegate tasks like shopping and cooking preparations. Getting the kids involved in decorating or present wrapping is a great way to give your back a break and give them some extra responsibility to boot.

5. Be Kind to Yourself

Christmas is a strenuous time for anyone, let alone someone with chronic back issues. It’s important to be kind to yourself and your body during the runaround.

Take frequent breaks and keep yourself hydrated. You may need to lean more heavily on your coping mechanisms as the silly season ramps up but be mindful that this isn’t a failing on your part.

Back Issues Needn’t Ruin the Holidays

Back pain can be particularly disruptive over the holiday season. With these 5 points, you can keep your back problems in hand and help manage your holiday stress to boot.

Looking to invest in a new mattress for Christmas? Check out how to find the best mattress for your back pain.



September 28, 2017 Back PainBack Pain Treatment

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Eighty percent of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. While lower back is the most frequently reported type of back pain, upper back pain is also common.

If you suffer from this kind of pain, it’s important to determine the cause so that you can treat it effectively. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common causes of upper back pain, along with some simple, yet effective, solutions.

Poor Posture

Many people spend hours on end hunched over in front of a computer. This posture takes a toll on your back muscles and can lead to pain if you aren’t careful.

Carrying Heavy Loads

Even if you don’t sit at a desk all day, you can end up with pain in your upper back if you frequently carry heavy loads. Whether it’s a backpack, heavy tote bag or boxes, frequently carrying items that are too heavy will put too much strain on your muscles.

Trauma or Injuries

Car accidents and other traumatic events can cause fractures, sprains, and spinal compression. Any of these injuries could be the cause of pain in your upper back.

Physical Conditions

Osteoporosis weakens the bones and makes them less likely to carry weight well. Osteoporosis in the thoracic spine (upper back region) can lead to pain. If your weakened vertebrae aren’t able to support your body’s weight, your muscles, ligaments, and tendons have to do extra work to make up for it.

Conditions like kyphosis (rounding of the thoracic spine) and scoliosis (an “S” or “C” shaped curve in the spine) can also cause pain in the upper back.

How to Treat Upper Back Pain

Whether it’s chronic or acute, there are lots of things you can do to relieve your pain.

Rest

If your back hurts because of an injury or an accident, resting for a couple of days might be the best thing for it. Return to normal activities slowly and take note of anything that makes your pain worse.

Exercise

Bed rest initially can be good for back pain, but you don’t want to spend an extended period of time lying down. This can cause additional problems.

After you’ve rested for a few days, speak with a doctor, chiropractor, or physical therapist to learn about exercises that you can do to stretch and strengthen your back muscles. Not only will these exercises help your pain now, but they’ll also help you prevent pain in the future.

Practice Good Posture

When you stand or sit tall with your shoulders and stomach pulled in to support your back, you take unnecessary pressure off your spine. It will take some time to break your habit of slouching, but your upper back will thank you for it!

Visit a Chiropractor to Treat Your Upper Back Pain

Often, when people are injured or in pain, they turn to a traditional doctor who prescribes habit-forming painkillers. A chiropractor will provide better relief that actually addresses the source of the problem rather than just masking symptoms.

Some treatments that a chiropractor might use to heal your upper back pain include:

  • Adjustments
  • Traction
  • Ergonomic training
  • Spinal Decompression
  • Physical modalities like cold laser, heat, ice, and electrical stimulation
  • Exercises to strengthen the muscles

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you live in or near The Villages, Florida, and are ready to heal your back pain without surgery or prescription drugs, contact us at Davis Spine Institute today.



What is Spinal Decompression and How Can it Help Relieve Back Pain

what is spinal decompressionSpinal decompression. If you suffer from lower back pain, you might have heard of spinal decompression. Spinal decompression is one of the many therapies used in our DRS Protocol treatment for back pain and neck pain. Before you decide to undergo any sort of treatment for chronic pain relief, it’s always a good idea to do some research into what the treatment will consist of. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about spinal decompression therapy, and we’ll even walk you through what you can expect from a therapy session.

What is Spinal Decompression?

Spinal Decompression is a nonsurgical treatment that relieves back pain by taking pressure off the spinal discs. This is achieved by gently stretching the spine, which introduces negative pressure in the discs, relieving pressure. Once pressure is taken off of the discs, water and oxygen are able to move freely around the discs, which will jumpstart your body’s natural healing. Spinal Decompression Therapy has been found successful in relieving a wide variety of spinal conditions including:

  • herniated or bulging discs
  • degenerative disc disease
  • back pain
  • neck pain
  • sciatica

It is also one of the many treatment modalities used in the DRS Protocol™ which has been highly effective for the relief of chronic pain conditions.

What is The DRS Protocol™

Spinal Decompression is a very beneficial treatment option that has seen some pretty amazing results. Because of this, the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages® community has chosen to include it in their highly successful, nationally recognized DRS Protocol™. The DRS Protocol™ is a highly successful, drug-free, nonsurgical treatment that has helped thousands of patients get relief from back pain and neck pain.

How does the DRS Protocol™ Work?

DRS stands for Decompression, Reduction, and Stabilization. Along with spinal decompression therapy, the DRS Protocol also focuses on reducing painful herniation and stabilizing spinal discs, allowing healing to take place naturally and quickly! The DRS Protocol™ is a leading treatment, offering a highly effective solution to back pain without the use of surgery or painkillers!

Back Pain Treatment in The Villages® Community

The Davis Clinic of Chiropractic is one of only a handful of chiropractic offices in the United States that has been certified to offer the DRS Protocol™as part of their treatment. Whether you suffer from back pain, lower back pain or neck pain, chances are, the DRS Protocol™ is the answer to your problems! You don’t have to live with back pain, contact us today at (352) 430-2121 to see if you are a candidate for care with the DRS Protocol™ utilizing spinal decompression.



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Finding a Successful Alternative to Surgery

If you suffer from chronic back pain, you may have tried everything to relieve the pain. You might have even been told that surgery is the only option. However, surgery is not the only treatment for back pain. Many patients have found relief with the DRS Protocol — a successful, alternative to back surgery for herniated discs, degenerative discs, sciatica, spinal stenosis and other back pain conditions.

Back Surgery

Surgery is expensive, risky, invasive, and typically involves a lengthy rehabilitation process. And, after going through this painful procedure, there are no guarantees that you’ll get relief from your pain.

Patients who have undergone back surgery report only a slight drop in pain after surgery. The need for additional surgeries is typical within 2-3 years as pain returns. Due to these factors, along with the risk of complications that can arise due to spine surgery, many patients are seeking non-surgical treatments to relieve their pain.

Non-Surgical Back Pain Relief

Fortunately, there is a non-surgical back pain treatment that has proven to be effective in the fight against chronic pain. The Davis Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages® community has helped thousands of patients successfully relieve their back pain with the DRS Protocol™ and is one of only a handful of chiropractic clinics in the United States that has been certified to use the highly successful, treatment.

What is the DRS Protocol?

The DRS Protocol™ is a non-surgical, drug-free treatment that has been proven to reduce back pain and neck pain using completely safe, all-natural methods.

The DRS Protocol™ incorporates spinal decompression as well as multiple treatment protocols specific to each patient’s condition to remove pressure from the disc, promote the intake of water, oxygen, and nutrients to rehydrate the affected disc, and increase mobility and tissue healing while relieving the pain.

The DRS Protocol is an amazingly effective treatment that attacks the root of the problem instead of masking the problem. No surgery. No painkillers. Just results.

Are you a Candidate for the DRS Protocol?

The DRS Protocol™ is a versatile therapy for neck or back pain that promotes healing in a wide variety of conditions, including:

  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Herniated Discs
  • Neck Pain
  • Low Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Failed Back Surgery Pain

If you suffer from chronic pain, find out if you’re a candidate treatment.

Non-Surgical Back Pain Relief  in The Villages® Community

If you suffer from back or neck pain and would like to find a safe, successful alternative to surgery, we can help. Give the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic a call today at (352) 430-2121 or schedule an appointment online.



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Treat your Back Pain without Surgery!

If you suffer from chronic back pain, you may have been given a few options for treatment such as managing your pain with painkillers, steroid injections, or back surgery. Or, you may have been told that nothing could be done, that you would just have to live with the pain! At Davis Clinic of Chiropractic, there’s a drug-free, nonsurgical option for getting relief from back pain – the DRS Protocol.

Back Surgery is Not Always Effective

If you’ve been told that surgery is the only option for treating your back pain, first consider this:

A 2010 study followed 1,450 patients in the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation database who had been diagnosed with degenerative disc disease. Half of the 1,450 patients underwent back surgery to hopefully cure their back pain while the other half chose not to have the surgery.

Two years following the surgery, only 26% of those patients who had the surgery returned to work, compared to the 67% of patients who didn’t have the surgery. Further more, those who had the surgery saw a 41% increase in their use of painkillers. Not only was the surgery not successful, in many cases, it actually worsened the effects of back pain.

The DRS Protocol

Back surgery should only be used as a last resort. It’s time-consuming, expensive, and in many cases can be avoided. If you, like many of my patients, are searching for a nonsurgical treatment for your back pain, let me introduce you to the DRS Protocol.

What Is the DRS Protocol and How Does It Work?

The DRS Protocol is a nonsurgical treatment that doesn’t involve the use of painkillers or invasive procedures. It is a completely safe alternative to back surgery that has been proven successful.

DRS Stands for Decompression, Reduction, and Stabilization. During treatment, pressure inside the disc is reduced increasing the diffusion in your spine; allowing increased flow of water, oxygen, and nutrients, which rehydrates the degenerated disc.

With the DRS Protocol, you will experience:

  • Increased mobility
  • Reduced pain
  • Increased blood flow to injured area
  • Tissue repair

Of course, we think the DRS Protocol is the best treatment for back pain! We looked at many treatments available and we were really excited to bring the DRS Protocol to our clinic. It’s nonsurgical, drug-free, pain-free, and has helped thousands of patients around the country get their pain-free lives back!

To learn more about the DRS Protocol and to find out if you’re a candidate for care, attend one of our FREE seminars where we will discuss possible treatment options for your back or neck pain. I will also be personally answering any questions you may have. Our next Back Pain seminar will be May 24 at our chiropractic clinic located at 1585 Santa Barbara Blvd, Suite A, The Villages, FL 32159.

Call (352) 430-2121 today to make a reservation for our next seminar.



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During Valentine’s Day, it’s great to take some time to focus on all of our loved ones – family, friends, children, back…. Wait, what was that last one? Back? Don’t tell me you’ve forgotten what it’s like to be in love with your back! Let’s face it – over time, our bodies can let us down as we get older. It seems like with age comes more and more back pain – but it doesn’t have to be that way.

This Valentine’s Day, take some time to remember why you fell in love with your back in the first place.

  1. it supports you
  2. it bends over backwards for you
  3. it moves you

But, treated poorly, or due to wear and tear, it can cause you pain. Show your back you love with these ways to minimize the strain put on your back.

Exercise

The first thing you can do for your back is exercise. If you suffer from back pain, a light workout will do wonders for your spine. It might seem counterintuitive, but exercise is a crucial step to maintaining growth and promoting healing. The stretching of muscles greatly speeds up the tissue repair process. Not to mention, maintaining a healthy weight will reduce muscle strain and drastically minimize back pain. But take it easy and consult with your doctor first.

Yoga/Stretching

Similarly, we’ve also found that Yoga is an amazing exercise for not only the body but also the mind. Get ready for the day by spending a few minutes stretching or doing yoga first thing in the morning. You will be surprised by how much this will help your back pain and your overall mood.

Hot and Cold Therapy

If you’re still experiencing pain after a moderate exercise, try lying down on top of a heating pad or an ice pack. Hot and Cold therapy is a great way to keep pain to a minimum. Try experimenting with both hot and cold temperatures and see which one works best for you.

Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Never underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep. At rest, your body begins to repair strained muscles and more! If you wake up with back pain, it could very well be your sleeping position. Experiment with different sleeping positions and see which one works best for you. An effective sleeping position for people with back pain is on your side with a pillow between your knees.

See a Chiropractor

If you’ve been suffering from chronic back pain for a while now, it’s time to treat yourself to an appointment with a chiropractor.

The Davis Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages, Florida is committed to providing patients with a pain-free life. We specialize in completely safe, drug-free, non-surgical back and neck pain treatment. We are proud to provide patient-centered health care, which means we will work with you to develop a plan that works best for you and your lifestyle.

Let us help you fall in love with your back again!



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Ask the Doc: How to Treat Back Pain Without Painkillers

In our last “Ask the Doc” post, we discussed how to avoid back pain. But, what do you do if you already suffer from back pain? In this “Ask the Doc” post, J.R. asks, “how do I treat back pain naturally, without drugs.”

If you have ever suffered from chronic back pain, chances are, you’ve probably tried everything to treat it, all to no avail and you may have even been told that you’ll just have to love with the pain. To just keep taking painkillers until the pain goes away. However, pain medication does not treat the pain, it only masks it and may leave you feeling groggy. Other times, it just plain doesn’t work. Most pain medications have addictive properties as well that can lead to a drug dependency. If you’re trying to find permanent relief from back pain, it’s time to stop turning to pain killers. Here are a few ways to help relieve back pain without using drugs.

1. Light Exercise

Many times, when people begin to experience warning signs of back pain, they deal with it by ceasing all activity. However, bed rest will not help you avoid back pain. If you’re starting to notice minor back pain, the best way to deal with it is to fight back. Do some simple stretching exercises and go for walks. Staying active will help ease back pain. And, building up your abs can also help protect your back.

2. Weight Loss

Along with exercise, another highly effective way to help ease back pain is weight loss. It only makes sense that the extra weight would put added pressure on your spine. Shedding even only a few pounds can do wonders for your back.

3. Daily Stretching

If you suffer from back pain, a daily stretching/workout regimen can help you get back on your feet in no time at all. Take a few minutes each day to do some stretches – maybe even pick up yoga. Yoga has been proven to help reduce the effects of back pain. It promotes proper breathing, strengthens muscles, and stretches out your spine.

4. Eat Healthy

Inflammation in tissue and joint cells is a known cause of back pain. Eating an anti-inflammatory diet chocked full of fresh fruits and veggies has been shown to reduce inflammation and maintain good nutrition.

5. Massage

If you’ve been suffering from chronic back pain, you owe it to yourself to get a massage! Go to the spa or have your partner massage your back, shoulder blades, and any other problem areas. You might be surprised at what a trained masseuse can do.

6. See a Chiropractor

Although some of these steps can help reduce your back pain, they don’t treat it. If your back pain lasts for more than a few weeks or is chronic or severe, it’s best to seek help immediately to determine the cause of your back pain. After the cause is pinpointed, we can recommend a treat to help relieve your pain.

The best way to successfully treat back pain without the use of addictive pain medications is to see a chiropractor. Dr. Jason Davis of the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages, Florida, has helped thousands of patients relieve their back pain. If you suffer from back pain give us a call today at (352) 430-2121.



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Best Treatment for a Herniated Disc

According to the American Chiropractic Association, low back pain – which affects 70-85 percent of all people at some point in their lives – is the 5th most common reason for doctor’s visits and contributes to more than $50 billion in annual spending in the U.S. alone.

A Common Cause of Back Pain

A very common cause of back pain can be attributed to a herniated disc, which occurs when the rubbery cushion (disc) between two spinal vertebrae bulges outside of the spinal column and irritates the surrounding nerves.

The pain associated with herniated discs can be severe and can significantly impact the lives of people who suffer from this medical condition. With many treatment options available – some being much riskier and costlier than others – patients often find themselves overwhelmed when beginning a back pain diagnosis and treatment plan.

Herniated Disc Treatment

The most common herniated disc treatment options include:

  • Pain medication
  • Heat/ice application
  • Manual manipulation/Chiropractic Care
  • Therapeutic massage
  • Exercise/physical therapy
  • Spinal decompression / DRS Protocol
  • Spinal injections
  • Spinal surgery

Typical treatment for a herniated disc involves pain management therapy, however, many patients experience chronic low back pain that can last for months or years and they require more active treatment options to prevent long-term pain, disability, and drug dependence.

Risks of Back Surgery

When standard pain management treatment fails and active treatment is required, many doctors recommend spinal surgery to repair a herniated disc. However, the risks associated with back surgery can sometimes outweigh the benefits. According to spine-health.org, though rare, some of the risks and complications of back surgery include:

  • Dural tear (cerebrospinal fluid leak) – this occurs in 1% to 2% of these surgeries, does not change the results of surgery, but post-operatively the patient may be asked to lay recumbent for one to two days to allow the leak to seal.
  • Nerve root damage
  • Bowel/bladder incontinence
  • Bleeding
  • Infection

In addition to the surgical complication risks, spinal surgery for herniated disc repair can also result in 6 weeks or more of restricted activity, missed work, and high medical costs that can put patients into debt. As with any treatment, there is no guarantee of success with spinal surgery. 5-10% of patients will develop a herniated disc recurrence within 3 months of surgery, according to spine-health.org.

Non-surgical Herniated Disc Treatment

The risks and costs associated with back surgery have left many patients looking to alternative, less invasive treatment options for their back pain. The DRS Protocol™ which utilizes spinal decompression and other therapies customized for each patient, has become an increasingly popular treatment for back pain associated with a herniated disc as this method requires no surgery, no addictive medications, is virtually pain-free, and has a high rate of success in significantly reducing or even eliminating back pain with outpatient treatment.

“I was in so much pain in my lower back and legs when I first came to Davis Clinic of Chiropractic for treatments in May. I had difficulty walking and bending over. After a few weeks the improvement was incredible.” – Gwendalyn

 

The DRS Protocol™

The DRS Protocol™ (DRS stands for Decompression, Reduction, Stabilization) is described by Dr. Richard E. Busch III, Fort Wayne chiropractor and developer of the DRS Protocol™, as a non-invasive combination of spinal decompression, chiropractic manipulation, nutritional therapy, targeted exercise, and the mind-body relationship where each patient is self-assessed and treated individually to ensure optimal results.

The DRS Protocol has helped thousands of herniated disc patients regain active and pain-free lifestyles and is rapidly becoming a widely accepted alternative back pain treatment option. The non-surgical, drug-free, and pain-free DRS Protocol treatment is available in Central Florida only at the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic The Villages, Florida.

Pain Relief in The Villages, FL

For relief of your back or neck pain, call Davis Clinic of Chiropractic today at (352) 430-2121 to find out more about the treatment options available and schedule an appointment today!

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The Villages Chiropractors - The Villages, FL

If you suffer from back pain or neck pain, you are not alone! Each year, over 30 million Americans experience neck or back pain at some point in their lives. Luckily for pain sufferers in and around The Villages, Florida, the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic, their doctors and their staff have committed their lives to providing relief for chronic pain sufferers.

Neck and Back Pain Treatment

The Villages Chiropractors, Dr. Jason Davis, Dr. William Garofolo, and Dr. Lawerence Morris of the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic, are one of only a handful of doctors in the country that specialize in the highly effective, neck and back pain treatment known as the DRS Protocol. The DRS Protocol is a highly successful, non-surgical treatment that has been proven effective for the relief of neck pain and back pain.

“Many of our patients have tried everything from traditional chiropractic, addictive pain medications, epidurals, back surgery, and other invasive procedures,” states Dr. Jason Davis. “The DRS Protocol has been successful where other pain relief treatments have failed. Before coming in to our chiropractic clinic, many patients had given up hope that they would ever find pain relief.”

Committed to helping patients live a pain-free life, the doctors and the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic along with their staff have helped thousands of people suffering with neck pain and/or back pain caused by a personal injury, auto accident, or spine pain conditions such as:

  • Herniated and Bulging Discs
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Facet Syndrome

At the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic, they also help patients suffering with knee pain, as well as leg pain and numbness in the feet caused by peripheral neuropathy.

Pain Relief in The Villages, FL

If you suffer from chronic neck pain, back pain, knee pain, or neuropathy, view the patient reviews of the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic then give them a call today at (352) 430-2121. You don’t have to live with the pain any longer! The Davis Clinic of Chiropractic has been treating patients in and around The Villages, Lady Lakes, Oxford, Silver Springs, Ocala, Fruitland Park, and Leesburg areas – now, it’s your turn for pain relief!



back pain from caring for othersIs Caring for Others Causing You Back Pain?

Studies show that over 27% of people spend at least part of their time caring for others – aging parents or sick loved ones. Of these people, 52% report having chronic back pain. If you fall under this category, chances are that, as a caregiver, your physical and psychological needs often go untreated. If you are a caregiver who suffers from back pain, here are some tips on how to reduce strain on your back while caring for others.

  1. Take Breaks. The biggest factor that leads to chronic back pain is repetitive motion. No matter what your caregiving consists of (standing, sitting, lifting, etc.), the best way to reduce the risk of back pain is to switch up your movements throughout the day. If your caregiving consists of standing all day, taking frequent breaks to sit will help you avoid back and muscle pain.
  2. Lift Properly. Many times, as a caregiver, your job will consist of lifting heavy objects or even people. When lifting heavy objects, be sure to keep these tips in mind:
  3. Lift with your legs, not your back. Avoid twisting and turning motions while lifting and don’t lift more than you can. If you need to, be sure to ask for a hand.
  4. Keep Moving. If you suffer from back pain, you might think that the best way to avoid back pain is to discontinue movement. However, this is usually not the case. Regular exercise and movement can greatly improve your body’s ability to recover. If you suffer from back pain, taking long breaks and ceasing movement can typically only exacerbate the pain.
  5. Stand Correctly. Standing for extended periods of time can easily take a toll on your body. Because of this, it’s important to consider your posture when standing all day. Keep these tips in mind the next time you plan on standing for long periods of time:
  6. Keep your posture in check. Be sure to stand with your shoulders aligned over your hips – not leaning forwards or backwards.
  7. Keep your weight evenly distributed on both feet. If your feet or legs get tired, take a break. If you can’t take a break, then take turns lifting one leg at a time to reduce pressure on your legs and feet. If your feet begin to hurt, be sure to shift positions frequently to avoid prolonged pressure on the feet.
  8. See a Chiropractor. If chronic pain persists, don’t put off seeing a chiropractor. If you are suffering from back pain, diagnosing the problem early can greatly reduce the risk of it turning into something serious.

At the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages, Florida, we offer back pain treatments to help relieve chronic pain and symptoms. If you are a caregiver who suffers from chronic back pain, don’t put off seeing a chiropractor another day. We can help you get back on your feet so you can continue helping the ones you love. Give us a call today at (352) 430 – 2121.


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