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Ways to prevent back pain

Categories: Sports Massage, Massage
Tags: Bad back

Back pain will affect most of us, at some point in our lives. It’s a very common problem, and there are many ways that we can damage or injure our back – whether it’s a sudden wrong move or repeated bad posture. We often turn to the painkillers as our first port of call, however if the reason for your back pain is lifestyle-related, then the pain is likely to keep returning.

Below are 3 things for you to do as preventative measures for back pain:

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Open up your chest

Categories: Chest
Tags: Bad back, Posture

A common postural problem is hunching your shoulders forward, often caused by a weak back, weak core muscles and a tight chest. Standing up straight and tall requires a balancing act between your back, core and chest; if one is weaker or tighter than the other then it will put you off balance, leading to poor posture and a greater risk of developing pains and strains in the future.

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