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For those that Sit-for-a-Living in Downtown Winnipeg

As we hunch over our computers and phones, or lean forward to cook and wash dishes, ever think we pretty much do everything ‘in front’.

Evolution has prepared us for some side reaches and some combination twisting movements, but hardly ever do we reach or work behind our bodies. Now that the majority of the population may sit for greater than 4 hours per day, we develop this forward head look that’s not only unattractive but possibly damaging to our health.

Extension is the key. Working to strengthen those muscles on the back of our spine, legs, neck and arms that support these ‘forward activities’. Biomechanically, most of these muscles stabilize, and even decelerate the movement to maintain safety.

Exercise to build stability; work the ‘back’ muscles twice as much as the ‘front’ muscles, ie seated rows versus chest press. Exercise for function; ultimate championships, tennis lessons, golf season Winnipeg. Know yourPhysio.com

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About yourPhysio

Since 1991, we've been yourPhysio for over 25 years; with the first Physiotherapist in a Fitness facility in Winnipeg '92, the first Corporate Ergonomic Initiative for Winnipeg '93, the first musculoskeletal laser '94, the first Golf Performance Rehab Centre in Manitoba '95 ...now 2018, we continue to provide the best (as reviewed by our clients) physiotherapy services for Downtown Winnipeg

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204- 9438411 or 204-2 9 1 8 4 1 2 text mobile
2018 FEES $79 Initial Assessment, $69 any Subsequent Treatment always accepting new clients daily; lunch apps available

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