Tennis is one of our favorite sports From a chiropractor’s perspective, tennis is one of the best sports out there: it allows us to improve physical fitness and coordination without the inherent danger of a high-impact sport like football. The tennis court is a place of social interaction that draws us out of our lazy…

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Work-related musculoskeletal injuries are on the rise The repetitive trauma involved in office work is rampant. From typing on different devices, to sitting in the same position for hours on end, give your body the credit it deserves- this is no mean feat. The most common overuse injuries in a workplace setting include: Carpal tunnel…

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Tight hips are symptomatic of a sit-heavy lifestyle The more we sit, the tighter our hip flexors become. This group of five muscles connects the femur to the pelvis and forms a crucial connection between the upper and lower body. As we sit, the hip flexors remain overly-contracted and lose their flexibility. Over time, the…

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Commutes take a toll on the spine Depending on who you are, and where you are, you may represent the average commuter in the Teaneck, NJ area, who spends 55 minutes per day commuting. With an average commute time of 55 minutes, Teaneck ranked 5th highest on the list, which considered towns and cities with…

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Sitting all day is unnatural Humans weren’t made to just sit. We were made to stand, to walk, run, jump, twist, turn, bend, lay down, roll, crawl, climb, squat, and maybe, for a few minutes a day, to sit. But at a certain point in (very recent) history, our jobs became seated, our entertainment became…

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