Working Towards Stronger Backs and Hips

Here are a few ways to address back and hip pain 

  • Develop that core (go to Vivo!). Stronger core muscles, flexibility and endurance all help to reduce long term back pain.

  • Don’t rest too long! That’s right, an achy back does need rest but after 2 days, evidence shows that light walking, swimming or yoga may help release the tension.

  • Educate yourself on posture and stretches that can help keep you limber: Join the Back & Hips Workshop on March 24 with Rob Haddocks. 

– Kristin, Vivo Care Team 

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