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Hart Chiropractic 4h
One week from today! Join Dr. Matthew Hart DC st at 7 pm for a free presentation on and . Learn how it affects the health of youth and adults and…
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Logan Stewart Dec 31
Is conversation by text really becoming the new norm? I don’t think my brain and my neck can handle it.
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McCabe & Brady PT May 9
Don't dismiss "," the struggle is real!!! Here are some great exercises to help combat bad posture when using electronic devices. If you are in pain, or suffering from text neck give us a call. We can help improve your posture!
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Yasmine K Sep 4
Welcome to your 30’s where your neck hurts just for looking down at your phone all day! 🤕
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Colin Widhu Nov 25
6 yo son says his neck hurts. Me: b/c you’ve been staring at that screen for 90 minutes 6: no it’s b/c I haven’t moved my neck for that long, not because I’m looking at my screen. Smart kid, he’s not wrong. He won’t feed into hype. Just need to move more.
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Dr. Todd Kuether Nov 27
Have you heard of or even experienced "Text Neck"? Text Neck is the new term for neck and back pain caused by the prolonged posture of head forward, shoulders rounded, and back slumped from looking at our phones. Curious? Read more here:
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HealthSourceNorton Jan 15
Follow-up! How to fight
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Danica Hendry Jun 28
Rather than telling a group of athletic kids that they have the diagnosis of , teach them how to keep on exercising, participate in sports & activities that are meaningful and fun and manage stress that comes with high school.
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Joey Myers Jul 31
Studies show today's athletes sit 80% of their day. Most - if not all - are always on their cell phones. "Text" neck is the new normal...10-mins to a happier neck! Great simple corrective routine to help fix ... -
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Julie A Sosa Jan 26
Actual human beings take precedence over virtual friends. Adults spend 10 hrs/day looking at media; children more. We all need to look up & put our smartphones down more.
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Claire Mac Donald 30 Nov 17
A new edition to the familiar runner’s knee & tennis elbow. is bought on by all those hours spent staring down at your smartphone, tablet, or other handheld device putting undue stress on your cervical spine.
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EKHO Feb 1
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 7
Your head weighs as much as 13 pounds. When you look down to text, it pulls on your cervical spine, a stress that can lead to a disc herniation. Take a break from technology & do these stretches.
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EasternWellnessAcu 13 Nov 17
Do you have Text Neck? is the term used to describe the neck pain and damage sustained from looking down...
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Iliza Shlesinger Jan 26
As the spokesmodel for I can tell you that I fully endorse this message.
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Hearts at Play 18 Nov 17
Happy weekend! Let's get active! Remember that youngsters are still in their bone-building years; early movement habits like looking down are built thru repetition, & can invite inactivity. is a repetitive stress injury.
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Spine Care 7 Dec 17
Text Neck is real and we can help. Give us a call today Spine Care - 914-961-7575.
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Well+Good Jul 18
We all suffer from —here’s how to fix it and the migraines it causes
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Gavin Routledge Aug 13
What a gloomy Monday! Hope today's weather or Monday don't bring you down like_when you're looking down into your phone screen? Forcing your neck down can cause spine curvature and other injuries, so tall, rain or hail or text!!
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Camellia Waldorf Jan 25
The problem of looking at our devices nonstop is both social and physiological. These head-down interactions take us away from the present, no matter what group we’re in.
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