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Household chores can be a pain in the sacroiliac. Unless you're careful, routine activities around the home— washing dishes, vacuuming, even talking on the phone— can strain your back, including the sacroiliac area near the tailbone, and result in debilitating discomfort.
But you can protect your back by knowing the right way to go about such activities, according to the American Chiropractic Association (ACA).
Consider lifting. It doesn't matter whether you're picking up your child or a heavy bucket of water, you need to do it the proper way to avoid injury.
How? Bend from the knees, not the waist. As you lift, hold the item as close to your body as possible. If you have to turn to place it, step in the direction of the turn. That way, you're not twisting your body and straining your spine.
The American Chiropractic Association suggest the following do's and don'ts for chores and relaxation:
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In September, I was rear-ended in a car accident. I have always been nervous about going to a Chiropractor, but this was my 3rd whiplash and I knew that Physical Therapy only did so much. I searched the web for Chiropractors in my area and found the Ahwatukee Life Center. What impressed me about their treatment of the whole body, not just my neck. With the careful explanation of my X-rays, I was able to see how my neck trauma was affecting various parts of my body. They also used the Cold Laser treatment to help with the dizziness that I suffered from after the accident. Thank you Dr Morley and staff, for calming my fears about Chiropractors. I feel SO much better!
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