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Harvard Health Sep 24
The surprising side effects from using technology:
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The Cult Cat Sep 16
🎈🐾🌞😎🐾🐶🐾🎈 morning is approaching rapidly and it's high time to receive him with a & Via pets_zones 🐾🐾🐾🐾
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Emil Berengut 11h
References from my talk on the relationship between static posture and low back pain(hint-there isn’t one).
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Matty 'Akamerry' Merrington 11h
What I would give for a more comfortable office chair.
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Kelton McKenzie 1h
Beach body core training to build a stronger body and better posture for every day life and . Improve your core strength, body and levels with my elbow- extended plank workout on the beachfront.
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Lauren Osborne Sep 21
Just booked my place for Looking forward to learning more about nighttime positioning from and paediatric postural assessments from
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The Posture Academy 32m
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Audrey Caruso 32m
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NaturalBackHealth Sep 20
is a sideways curvature of the . It is not the same for every person and different parts of your back can be affected. Hands-on can help manage the and that can come with scoliosis.
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Alessia Rofi 1h
Busy bee🐝? After a day at the , what you really need is some do to at your desk! Are you really sure that your is a good one?
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Rob Woolhouse 18h
Hats off again to The 'lower back magician'
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Bakpro 1h
Thanks for the follow . Have you seen our intro to video with Nick Potter?
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Gezim Shorja 21h
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Performance Chiro Sep 18
What's your guess? It's 3) on your back. This is the LEAST common sleep position but is best for your body. It allows your head, neck and spine to rest in a neutral position.
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Complex Spine London Sep 20
RT : Our spines are not designed to be stationary for long periods of time.
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Deva 2h
Today I tried some postures and I really liked this one (even if the arm is a little off)
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Cohn Health 6h
😲 🚫 National Backpack awareness day is Sept 26th and we want to be the first to say "Beware of those heavy backpacks!" According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, at least 14,000 children are treated for backpack-related injuries every year.
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German Orthopaedic Hospital Sep 23
Working to sit straight up while you’re at your computer or driving may make a world of difference in how your shoulders feel. Good posture can end chronic shoulder pain for some people.
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ScaleBox Sep 23
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Just that a couple of my students make me feel like a nag. Don’t like to keep on but...
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