Exercise Tips for Fall

Fall walking

Whether you’re excited about the upcoming season, or you are clinging to every last ounce of summer, fall is quickly approaching. While some welcome the relief of cooler weather and fun holidays, others find it difficult to keep up with the healthy active routine they have built up over the summer. Progressive Spine and Rehab Center has compiled this list of great exercise routine tips for fall that are good for your back and your overall health!

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How Working from Home is Affecting your Body

Work from home

Have you noticed that you’re more sore since the quarantine has begun? Working from home may be the reason! Let’s take a look at how working from home affects our bodies and how we can combat those negative effects with stretches and exercises to support a healthy lifestyle in this new normal. 

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Stay Safe With Proper Handwashing Techniques

Proper handwashing

The coronavirus pandemic has a lot of us scrambling to disinfect, clean, and stay home. However, the easiest way to halt the spread of the coronavirus is to properly wash your hands. We’ve all seen the charts, and there’s plenty more memes going around about it. Still, charts can be hard to understand, and you may be missing vital information. We’ll give you everything you need to know about proper handwashing techniques to help minimize the spread of cold, flu, and other viruses!

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How to Prevent Office-Related Neck & Back Pain

Women working in an office

It’s never good to be uncomfortable at work. When at work, we often spend 8 hours (or more!) and sometimes even consider it our home-away-from-home. Many of us are workaholics, and often times we bring our work stresses home with us. It’s also possible to develop pains specific to spending long hours doing whatever job you happen to be doing, and to track that home with you.

The big problem with work and office-related pains is that if you develop them from office habits, they can crop up quickly but be hard to get rid of. In the same way as sleeping on your shoulder wrong, it can take much longer to be rid of a pain than to develop it. So it’s better to avoid those pains entirely! Here are some great ways you can avoid developing office pains:

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