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Dr. Nathan Shadle
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Sitting all day is bad for our health. So why don’t we introduce a little exercise?
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How many times per day do you find yourself slumping over your desk as you work on your computer or looking down at your phone with your shoulders hunched over? #posture #getadjusted
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So many of us sit all day at work – and countless studies have concluded it’s affecting our health. A recent study revealed how much you have to exercise in order to prevent health problems.
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Chiropractic care has been found to improve circulation, improve flexibility, and deliver nutrients to the tissues in your body more effectively. That means that when you’re active, your performance will be better and your recovery faster, too.

Get adjusted -> Perform better: 323-655-6558
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Most of us spend our workdays glued to our chairs staring at a computer. Sitting, is now an epidemic. The goal is simple: move more, sit less.
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Sitting for prolonged periods regularly can tighten your hip flexors or psoas which can cause low back pain and increase your chance of injury when working out. Make sure to stretch and #getadjusted regularly.
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Get moving: Put 30 minutes on the clock and complete this five-move circuit as many times as you can. Happy sweating!
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"Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking." –Marcus Aurelius (121-180)
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A recent study shows that exercises for strengthening and stretching the lumbar and abdominal muscles, or a combination of strengthening and aerobic exercises protect against –– and reduce the severity of –– low back pain.
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A recent study says yoga can help with low back pain relief. The sessions emphasized poses to stretch and strengthen the core and improve joint mobility. Relaxation and breathing techniques also helped to reduce tension and pain perception.
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