Lonoke PT. How Posture Affects Back & Neck Pain

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Good Posture Tips

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We’re Keeping Your Health In Mind!

DON’T SLUMP AT YOUR DESK It’s comfy to slouch -- maybe even lean back and swivel a bit. But it’s a posture no-no. Try this instead: Sit all the way back in your chair. Place a small, rolled-up towel or lumbar cushion behind your mid-back to protect your spine’s natural curve. Bend your knees at a right angle and keep them the same height, or a bit higher, than your hips. Place your feet flat on the floor. BEWARE OF ‘TEXT NECK’ On your smartphone all day long? Take a minute to stretch your neck. When you tilt your head down to check messages it really strains your spine. Over the course of a day -- or year -- that can add up. For a better view, lift the phone up and move your eyes, not your head. DON’T BE A LOW-RIDER Sure, it’s cool and comfy to recline during a long drive. But it isn’t great for your posture. Instead, pull your seat close to the steering wheel. Try not to lock your legs. Bend your knees slightly. They should be at hip level or a tad above.

The staff at Lonoke PT & ProMotion PT is focused on keeping our equipment and facilities clean for you. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we want to also encourage our patients to help prevent the spread of coronavirus by:




Are you wanting to start or continue physical therapy treatments while social distancing? Call your physical therapist today to discuss your treatment options! We want to wish health and safety to all of our patients.

Lonoke: 501-676-5540 ProMotion: 501-945-0200

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INSTRUCTIONS Mix all ingredients together. Bake 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes in a 9x9 baking dish coated with cooking spray.


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