A Healthy Spine

Physiotherapist, Kim Hall, explains the optimal shape and position for a healthy spine

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Physiotherapist, Kim Hall, explains the optimal shape and position for a healthy spine
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A Healthy Spine

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1

The shoes you wear can affect your posture and spine.

2

Putting a pillow between your legs while you sleep can help keep your neck aligned with the spine.

3

Osteoarthritis does not affect the spine.

Explanation:

Osteoarthritis of the foot most commonly occurs in the big toe. It can also occur in the ankle, feet, hands, hips, knees and spine.

4

To maintain good posture, hold your head up with your chin out.

Explanation:

For good standing posture, hold your head up straight with your chin in slightly. Avoid standing in the same position for too long and wear supportive shoes.

5

The main symptom of sciatic pain is pain that begins in your lower spine.

This content is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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