Beat Shopping-Induced Arm and Neck Pain with these Two Essential Tips
As if fighting the traffic, finding a carspot, and negotiating a narrow supermarket isle with a trolley that has a mind of its own isn’t bad enough, the last thing that you need is a neck pain, shoulder, or arm pain.
Carrying heavy bags incorrectly may place additional strain on the neck, shoulder, elbow, and/or wrist. If there is an area in your body that has an underlying weakness (due to past injury, poor posture, or inactivity), then carrying bags may cause pain. The pain may come on whilst shopping, shortly after, or not until weeks after.
Download the free fact sheet with two essential tips to avoid whilst shopping that could cause neck pain, shoulder, or arm pain: http://www.gentlecarechironorwest.com.au/fact-sheets/
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