Gardening Hurting your Back?

Cape Ann Wellness

Hopefully, the message we received from Mother Nature this past weekend is going to stick around. Of course, many of us spent that time outdoors thanks to the bright sunshine and pleasant temperatures.

As we continue rolling into spring, we are getting outside more often.

Maybe that means golf, tennis, swimming, kayaking, jogging or good old yard work. Getting the yard cleaned up, planting those pots, mowing the grass, bending down and using muscles that have been dormant all winter surely feels great in the moment, but it might mean some of you are sore the next day. You also may be experiencing tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, shin splints and more.

Doctor Sheri Russell has been helping people eliminate pain for 25 years! This is a great time of year to prioritize caring for your body so you can remain active, healthy & strong. Doing the things you love…

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