Neck Strengthening Exercises

Posted by Tina Keshav on Monday, June 9, 2014 In : Neck Strengthening 
Many people with neck pain also have weak muscles in the neck, upper back and core. By strengthening and stretching those muscles, more blood flow comes to the area to help repair injury. Your ability to function in your daily activities also improves. Stronger muscles provide greater stability to the neck and trunk to help establish and maintain good posture and enhance all body movements. Increasing strength helps protect you from future problems. Moderate strength training is one of the mo...

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Correct Sitting Posture

Posted by Dr Tina Keshav on Thursday, December 13, 2012 In : Posture 
Since it’s almost inevitable that about 80% of people spend at least 8 hours a day sitting this is possibly the most important posture to correct.

To have the correct sitting posture just following these easy steps:

1. Make sure you remove all items from your back pocket before sitting down

2. Push your buttocks right to the back of the chair, this will prevent you slouching

3. Make sure you support the hollowing of your lower back. This can be achieved by either using a lumbar support pillow o...

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Tips for Comfortable Sleeping

Posted by Dr Tina Keshav on Thursday, December 13, 2012 In : Sleeping 

DID YOU KNOW?

THAT TWO THIRDS OF YOUR LIFE WILL BE SPENT IN BED – PUTTING A LITTLE BIT MORE THOUGHT INTO OUR SLEEPING HABITS COULD BE THE GREATEST HEALTH INVESTMENT YET!

Tips for Comfortable Sleeping

The correct sleeping posture is that of sleeping on your side with your knees bent slightly. It is advisable to place a cushion between the knees the reason for this is to take pressure off your lower back and also to prevent any twisting of the lower spine. Place a pillow under your neck making s...
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