Monday, May 19, 2008

OCA article

The following is an article containing tips for working in your garden:

The following is an excerpt of the program:

With eighty-eight per cent of Ontario chiropractors reporting that gardening is
the most common source of back and neck pain during the warm weather season, the
Ontario Chiropractic Association's Plant and Rake Without the Ache public
education program is aimed at helping gardeners to avoid the stiff and sore
joints, muscle, neck and back pain that sometimes accompanies work in the
yard.The program features tip sheets that outline proper warmup exercises,
stretches, lifting techniques and injury prevention strategies in a simple,
easy-to-follow format.

Genesis Health Centre

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