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Tips to Maintain Your Back While Working at a Desk

Lower back pain is a common condition among working Canadians, with 85% expected to experience it at some point in their lives. Causes of lower back pain vary depending on the person, as everyone’s spinal structure is slightly different. Muscle strain is a common cause, which includes lifting heavy objects, sudden movements, sports injuries, and poor posture.

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Thoughtful Mother’s Day Gifts to Relieve Bad Back Pain

On May 13, 2018, we celebrate our mothers, wives, sisters, aunts, and guardians. Ever since we were babies, our mothers have done a lot for us. That’s why we take a day to celebrate the wonderful, selfless, and nurturing people that they are. If the caregiver in your life suffers from bad back pain, here are some thoughtful gift ideas for Mother’s Day:

Gourmet Herbal Tea Gift Basket

You don’t have to have back pain to enjoy a beautiful basket of delicious herbal teas.


Popular Footwear That’s Secretly Killing Your Feet

Every once in a while, we ignore what our bodies tell us in order to wear what looks good rather than what feels good. However, constantly wearing shoes that don’t offer proper arch support will soon cause painful problems in your feet, legs, hips, spine, neck, and back. There are many popular shoes, boots, and sandals that we all like to wear that might be secretly causing you more harm than they’re worth.

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The Hot Blog: How and When to Apply Heat to Your Injury

To mark the middle of winter, we’ve decided to talk about something we’re probably all craving right now: heat. If you’ve ever experienced a painful injury in your muscles, joints, or sensitive tissues, then you understand the importance of immediate pain relief. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories or painkillers aren’t the only solution. Understanding how to treat your injury locally could either speed up your healing or slow it down.