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Seven Springs Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Oct 19
To avoid 'tech neck', try and keep your phone and computers at eye level when using them to help relieve excess stress and tension on the muscles of the neck and upper back — otherwise, you will slowly develop long-term aches and pains.
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WSCA Oct 15
This is great advice from for parents on how to limit your children's device use and help them avoid the increasingly common .
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Dr. Ash -TheChiroGuy Oct 14
📱TEXT NECK IS REAL 📱 We all do it! Being on your phones for prolonged periods of time can have serious negative affects on your health and your spine. Remember to maintain a neutral spine when using technology!
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LiveWellChiropractic Oct 16
Are you looking down at your phone right now as you watch this?! 📱 Did you know you could be developing text neck? Pick up your phone and 👀 look up, get adjusted and do some simple stretches.
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James Dean Oct 13
Neck pain? We have the solution at Active Physio Works. @ Active Physio Works
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Surgery Winter Park Oct 17
More information on "Now, 20-year-olds have the spine health of a 30- or 40-year-old. It's an epidemic"...learn more
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ᴋᴇɴ ᴄʜᴏᴡ Oct 16
Give your neck a rest and look up! Looking down at our devices is not bad by itself. 📱 The main problem is the frequency and duration that we spend looking down EVERYDAY! keeps us locked in, enjoying our screens and staring down. ⚠️
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Fletcher Chiro Oct 15
Talking about “Text Neck”/ upper crossed syndrome. Do you have this?
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WSCA Oct 19
Sore neck? That could be from using your smartphone or computer for long periods time at awkward angles. Be aware of your and don't strain your neck when using your favorite devices.
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Scott Whiteted Oct 14
I believe the slogan for this should be ..."If you're one of the majority that spends 50% of your day looking down at your phone, this is for you..." 😁
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CanadianChiropractor Oct 16
Happy ! Sharing a technique for those patients suffering from
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Auspice Safety Inc. Oct 12
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Progression PT Oct 18
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Wasserman Chiro Oct 12
We are all guilty of this. We need to be more aware when we are on our phones.
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OrganizeSeniorMoves Oct 18
Do you have ? Learn ways to fix it from
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Blue Wode Oct 17
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Heart and Earth Oct 16
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Shona Anderson Oct 15
More Teens Suffering From Pain
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Heart and Earth Oct 18
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Covina Chiropractic Oct 18
Remember to work on keeping your back straight, your shoulders back, and try to maintain a neutral spine when using technology! Contact Us Today:
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