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Welcome to the Back Health site, dedicated to improving women’s back health through all stages of life.
How many people really listen to what their body is telling them? Since no part of the body is immune to stress, it can affect the entire body, taking a heavy toll on the nervous and digestive systems. If you don’t want stress to become part of your norm, here’s what to look for... Learn More
A helmet can reduce your risk of sports injury by 30 per cent. Whether you enjoy biking, boarding, or blading in the summer or skiing, skating and sledding in the winter, pick the right helmet for the job and always wear it. Learn More
Kids and backpacks just seem to go together. Whether you are heading out on holiday with the kids or sending them off to school, chances are they’ll be packing a backpack. You have your own load too, whether it’s a fashionable new purse or a suitcase packed to bursting. Knowing how to choose, pack and lift backpacks, shoulder bags and luggage can prevent them from becoming a pain in the back. Learn More
Statistics show that over 80 percent of Canadians will experience back pain at some time in their lives. Back pain hurts, of course, but it can also curtail routine activities, such as picking up a child or getting in and out of a car. The good news is that while some causes of back pain such as medical factors and pregnancy are unavoidable, in most cases you can prevent problems by taking care of your back with simple lifestyle habits. Here are five tips that will help. Learn More
Many people would agree that there's nothing better than a good night's sleep. Stressful day at the office? Long hours running errands with the kids? All this can be repaired with restorative slumber. Learn More
Questions & Answers
“When should I consider chiropractic care?”
If you experience pain that lasts more than a few days, consult a chiropractor for an assessment. A chiropractor will recommend a course of treatment specific to you which may include spinal adjustments, joint mobilization, muscle release techniques, muscle stimulation or therapeutic exercises. Most people respond well to treatment and get back to their regular activities faster than waiting it out. To find a chiropractor near you, visit Locate a Chiropractor on the Canadian Chiropractic Association website.