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Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercises are bodily movements specifically designed to correct an impairment, improve musculoskeletal function, or maintain a state of wellbeing. Something as simple as a sit-up can be a therapeutic exercise. Yoga is a form of therapeutic exercise.

Goals of Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercise is designed to achieve the following goals:

The achievement of symptom-free movement during basic and complex physical activities

  • Improved physical function
  • Reduced loss of function
  • Enhanced functional capabilities for patients
  • Decreased impairment and disability
  • Improved overall wellbeing, fitness, and health
  • Types of Therapeutic Exercises
  • Therapeutic exercises come in many different forms. Some of the most popular therapeutic exercises include all of the following:

Range of Motion: Range of motion exercises are designed to maintain and increase range of motion. They include passive, active, and active-assisted range of motion exercises, which can cover techniques like joint mobilization and soft tissue stretching.

Muscle Performance: Muscle performance exercises are designed to increase muscle strength, power, and endurance. They include resistance workouts and endurance exercises.

Postural: Postural exercises are specifically designed to enhance posture.

Balance and Coordination: These exercises improve your balance and coordination.

Relaxation: Relaxation exercises induce relaxation.

Area-Specific Exercises: Area-specific exercises include breathing exercises and circulatory exercises targeted at specific bodily systems.

Easy Therapeutic Exercises Anyone Can Perform at Home

Partial Sit-Up

Partial sit-ups can help some patients manage back pain. A partial sit-up works specific muscle groups without putting stress on your lower back. To perform a partial sit-up, start just like you would with a regular sit-up with your back on the floor, both feet on the floor, and your knees bent. Then, raise your head, neck, and shoulders off the floor, holding that position for 5 seconds. A partial sit-up strengthens your core and is easy to do virtually anywhere. Repeat the exercise as many times as possible.

Knee to Chest

Start this exercise the same way you started the partial sit-up: lying on the ground with your back and both feet on the floor and your knees bent. Begin by drawing one of your knees to your chest using both hands. Hold your foot in the air to the count of 10, then slowly release it to the rest position. Repeat this 4 to 5 times, then move to the other leg. Eventually, you can work your way up to doing both legs at the same time. A knee to chest therapeutic exercise stretches your glutes and back.


Get on the floor and position yourself on all fours. Put your hands on the floor directly beneath your shoulders. Then, position your knees directly beneath your hips. Keep your back straight. Then, use your abdominal muscles to push your back towards the ceiling, arching your back like a cat. Your head will naturally point down to the floor. Next, drop your back towards the floor and extend your lower back, causing your head to rise up. Keep your elbows straight throughout the process. The only movement should be in your spine. Repeat this therapeutic exercise 12 to 15 times.

Hip Roll

Lie on your back with your arms stretched out to either side of your body. Bend your knees, then lift your feet off the ground. You will rotate your hips to the side, causing your legs to become parallel with the floor. Rotate from side to side 5 to 10 times. This is a core exercise that will strengthen your abdominal muscles.

Low Back Extension

Lie flat on your stomach with your hands stretched to either side of your body. Activate the muscles in your lower back to lift your head and upper body off the ground. Hold the position for 4 to 5 seconds, then lower yourself back down. Repeat the exercise 10 to 15 times to strengthen your lower back muscles.

Back Extension

Lie with your stomach on a stability ball. Hold your hands behind your head and tighten your abdominal muscles. Activate your lower back muscles by contracting your glutes until your shoulders and chest lift off the ball.


Lie face down with your arms raised above your head. Tighten your abs, then lift your arms and legs off the ground – kind of like Superman when he’s flying around. Hold the pose for 30 seconds, then release. Avoid holding your breath when clenching your abs. Many people instinctively hold their breath when clenching their abs, but it’s more important to maintain steady, controlled breathing.

Spinal Rotation

Sit normally in a chair. Reach one arm across your stomach to grab the opposite side of the chair. Look over your shoulder while rotating your lower and middle back. Hold the position for 15 to 30 seconds.

Double Leg Lifts

Lay face down on a stability ball, positioning your stomach on the ball and your hands on the floor in front of the ball. Raise your legs off the floor until your body is horizonal. Hold the position for 10 seconds, then lower your legs back down to the floor. Repeat the exercise 5 to 10 times.

External Shoulder Rotation

Lie on your right side, folding your right arm underneath your head. Hold your upper left arm parallel to your torso, bending the arm at the elbow so your forearm is lying across your stomach and your hand is on the floor. Rotate your left shoulder and raise your forearm until it’s perpendicular to the side of your body. Roll over to your other side and repeat. Use dumbbells for added resistance

Front Deltoid Raise

Place your arms in front of your body with your palms facing your thighs. Tighten your abdominal muscles, bend your knees slightly, then position your feet about shoulder-width apart. Raise your arms straight in front of your body until they’re level with your shoulders. Hold the position for 3 to 5 seconds, then lower your arms.

Lateral Deltoid Raise

Unlike the front deltoid raise, the lateral deltoid raise involves activating your muscles as you raise your arms to the side. Start with your arms to the side of your body with your palms facing your thighs. Tighten your abs, bend your knees slightly, and position your feet shoulder-width apart. Raise your arms to the side until they’re level with your shoulders. Hold the position for 3 to 5 seconds, then slowly drop your arms back to your sides.

Single Arm Lat Pulldown

You’ll need an elastic resistance band for this therapeutic exercise. Start with both hands over your head holding an elastic resistance band. Engage your abdominal muscles, bend your knees slightly, and position your feet shoulder-width apart. Pull downward to the side with one arm while holding the other arm in place. Continue pulling downward until the upper arm is level with your torso. Hold the position briefly, then slowly return the arm to its starting position above your head. Keep your arms in front of your face to protect your back and shoulders.

Side Lumbar Bridge

Lie on your side with your legs straight. Support your upper body by keeping your elbow directly beneath your shoulder. Activate your abs and use your torso to lift your hips away from the ground. Hold the position for 10 to 15 seconds while maintaining neutral neck and spine positioning.

Stability Ball Pushups

Lie on a stability ball, positioning the ball under your stomach and placing your hands on the floor in front of you. Roll forward slowly off of the ball until your shins are balancing on the stability ball. Perform push-ups as you normally would, bending at the elbow before returning to your original position.

Single Leg Reverse Curl

Lie on your back. Place both feet flat on the floor, flexing one knee while letting your other leg lie straight, raised slightly off the ground. Extend your arms flat along your body while maintaining neutral alignment in your cervical spine. Lift your flexed knee and leg in an upward diagonal direction over the belly button, then hold briefly. Slowly lower the leg to the starting position and then repeat with the other leg.

Crunches with a Stability Ball

Lie down on a stability ball, placing your lower-mid back on the stability ball. Keep your hands behind your head. Or, fold them across your chest. Tilt your pelvis backwards throughout the exercise. Raise your shoulder blades off the ball, return to the starting position, and repeat.

Neck Lateral

Stand sideways to the wall. Hold your stability ball over your shoulder at the side of your head. Push the side of your head laterally into the ball.

Neck Extension

Stand facing away from the wall, holding your stability ball behind your head. Push the back of your head into the ball.

Neck Flexion

Face a wall while holding a stability ball at the height of your forehead. Use your neck muscles to push your forehead into the stability ball. Relax and repeat.

Side-to-Side Neck Stretch

This therapeutic exercise can be performed while standing or sitting down. Bring your ear to your shoulder. Let your neck sit in that position for 5 to 7 seconds. Move your ear towards your shoulder until you feel the stretch of your neck muscles on the opposite side.

Front Neck Stretch

Bring your head back and look towards the ceiling. Hold the position. You should feel a stretch in the muscles located on the front part of your neck.

Rotation Neck Stretch

While standing or sitting, rotate your head towards your right or left shoulder. Nod your head down towards your chest. You should feel a stretch on the back of your neck. Hold this position for a few seconds and repeat.

Neck Exercises for Strength

Place your hand on your forehead, then push your forehead against your hand. Repeat 6, 8, or 10 times. To strengthen your neck muscles in the opposite direction, place your hands on the back of your neck, then force your head back while providing resistance with your hands. By performing these exercises 6 or 8 times per day, you can add dramatic strength to your neck over time.

If you experience dizziness, fainting, or loss of balance while performing any of the therapeutic exercises above, then stop the exercise immediately and contact your physician.

The team at Renew Chiropractic will help you decide on the best therapeutic exercises for your unique treatment plan. Therapeutic exercises can put patients on the path towards pain-free movement and better long-term health. Schedule a free consultation today by phone at 720-493-5885.

Chiropractic Adjustments & Manipulation

Renew Chiropractic Adjustments and Manipulation

Chiropractic Adjustments, or manipulation as they’re sometimes referred to, are the minor movement of vertebrae in the spine. The objective of this movement is to realign vertebrae that have moved out of place for a number of reasons ranging from normal daily activity to trauma such as a car accident.

When these vertebrae are out of place, it has an overall systemic effect from muscular to the central nervous system. Without proper alignment and flow of all nerves and systems in the body from the brain, we can’t function at our peak.

An adjustment is often a pressure from the chiropractor utilizing the hands or an instrument to move a vertebrae back into place. This happens with a quick movement and is often without discomfort. You may hear a noise that sounds like you’re cracking your knuckles referred to as joint cavitation. It is the release of gases such as oxygen and nitrogen from the joint.

Overall, adjustments are an excellent way to keep the body functioning at its highest level. When the body is in alignment, the body is able to respond and perform as it was designed to. If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of chiropractic adjustments in the Denver Colorado area contact Renew Chiropractic today for an initial consultation.

Dr. Jumper utilizes a 3- Dimensional Mirror Image Technique emphasizing optimul posture and spinal alignment as the primary goals, while simultaneously documenting improvements in pain and functional based outcomes. The spine, pelvis, rib cage and skull are positioned in the exact opposite of the abnormal alignment, determined by posture and/or 20-20 digital x-rays. These 3-Dimensional Adjustments re-balance the bodies sense of proper balance by triggering nerve reflexes that affect the slow twitch muscle fibers (postural stabilizing muscles). The devices Dr. Jumper utilizes are, 3-D In Office Denneroll Tracton Table System, 2-Way Traction, Osci Stadium Whole Body vibration tables, 3-D mirror image exercises, and extension/compression traction. Dr. Jumper will work with you to determine those most effective for you. The end result is optimum posture and spinal Alignment, less pain, more mobility, and better overall health. All this enables him to correct your spine to its most stable position, in the shortest amount of time, and the most cost effective way. Call 720-493-5885.

Sports Injury Treatments

Most amateur and professional athletes will experience a sports injury at some point in their lives. Sports injuries can have lifelong effects on your body – especially when left untreated. An experienced chiropractor can provide invaluable treatments to help with bodily injuries from sports.

How Chiropractors Treat Sports Injuries

Chiropractors specialize in treating sports injuries. Many athletes depend on chiropractors for effective sports injury treatment.

One of the key differences between chiropractors and medical doctors is that chiropractors treat the body as an integrated system. An injury in one part of the body can lead to symptoms elsewhere in the body. Athletes who receive treatment from a doctor may find themselves benched and on the sidelines as they recover from an invasive surgery. Others might find themselves receiving prescriptions for painkillers. These treatments tackle the symptom – but they don’t heal the root cause.

Chiropractors, meanwhile, take a holistic and balanced approach to sports injuries. Chiropractors use spinal adjustments and physical therapy techniques to restore normal function to the patient’s tendons, muscles, and ligaments. Athletes can get on the path to long-term health and wellness. Chiropractors meticulously tend to the needs of the athlete, paying special attention to the spine, joints, muscles, tendons, and nerves. By the end of chiropractic care treatment, the chiropractor will have ensured that all parts of the musculoskeletal system are working harmoniously in their healthiest, most natural state.

Dr. Jason Jumper has experience treating all types of sports injuries in professional athletes. Schedule a free consultation today to discover how Dr. Jumper can put you on the path towards long-term recovery while maximizing your athletic performance. Call 720-493-5885 for leading chiropractic sports injury treatment in Denver or Lakewood Colorado.

Whiplash and Auto Injuries

One moment everything may seem fine, when suddenly you’re involved in a serious collision.Most people have one thing on their mind after a car accident ­ their car! However, it’s important to remember that you and your injuries come first. A visit to a chiropractor should always follow an auto injury, as chiropractors are specialists in damage to soft and hard tissue.

How Can a Chiropractor Help Me After My Auto Accident?

Chiropractors are able to treat neck and back injuries associated with auto accidents. Many times, individuals who have been injured in a car accident experience such intense muscle pain and stiffness that they simply cannot function normally. When left untreated, this discomfort can be a serious issue.

After an auto accident, some individuals experience indicators of whiplash injuries right away, such as blurred vision, headaches, shoulder pain, dizziness, reduced range of motion and arm pain. Whiplash can also result in minor back injuries, muscle injuries, ligament problems, and disc damage. Other individuals may be injured and feel nothing at all.

Treating pain or whiplash should never be secondary to bringing your car at the mechanic or working with your insurance company. If you’ve had an auto accident recently, your first priority should be taking the initiative to visit your chiropractor!

Been injured in a car wreck? Suffering with headaches, neck pain or lower back pain? Call us Today! 720-493-5885. FREE Consultation.

Upper Back Pain

Our Approach at Renew Chiropractic in Lakewood

The challenge in treating mid back pain is to differentiate whether it is referred pain from the cervical spine or localized pain.

Dr. Jumper will pay careful attention to the history and an assessment of your posture, joint mechanics, orthopedic, and neurological conditions. Dr. Jumper at Renew Chiropractic in Lakewood will conduct a thorough evaluation to help you with your mid and upper back pain.

Dr. Jason Jumper at Renew Chiropractic will diagnose any muscle imbalances that you may have and adjust your ergonomics accordingly. Once the cause of your mid back pain is accurately diagnosed, treatment will consist of Biophysics Techniques, Pettibon Techniques, 3 Dimensional Mirror Image exercises, stretching, physical therapy, spinal manipulation, and soft tissue therapies such as Active Release Techniques, , Transverse Cross Friction Massage, Fascial Manipulation, Vibracussor or Trigger Point Therapy to the strained areas.

In addition, imaging such as x-ray, diagnostic ultrasound, EMG, or MRI may be considered to rule out any pathologic process. Physical therapy alone usually only provides transient relief and specific soft tissue therapies and corrective movements are needed to re-align, reset, and restore the damaged tissue.

Are you or a loved one is suffering with mid back pain? WE CAN HELP! Call Dr. Jason Jumper at Renew Chiropractic in Lakewood: Call Today! 720-493-5885.

Hip Pain

Hip pain can come from many causes:

  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Bursitis
  • Labral Tears
  • Tendonitis
  • Groin injuries
  • Postural distortions
  • Subluxations
  • Pronated feet
  • Surgical procedures (such as hip resurfacing, hip replacement, or labral repair)
  • Illiotibial band syndrome
  • Impingement syndrome

In addition, patients often seek consultation for frustrating hip pain that is undiagnosed and unrelieved after months of failed physical therapy, anti-inflammatory use, and rest.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is an inflammation of the median nerve as it passes with the flexor tendons through what is called the carpal tunnel of the wrist.

The median nerve is the nerve that supplies nerves to the thumb, index finger, middle finger, and half of the ring finger. General hand numbness is often misdiagnosed as CTS

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is an inflammation of the median nerve as it passes with the flexor tendons through what is called the carpal tunnel of the wrist.
The median nerve is the nerve that supplies nerves to the thumb, index finger, middle finger, and half of the ring finger. General hand numbness is often misdiagnosed as CTS.

True Carpal Tunnel Syndrome involves numbness on the palm of the hand, as well as the thumb, index finger, and middle finger.

Carpal Tunnel symptoms include numbness, weakness, tingling, loss of fine motor movement, and sometimes atrophy of the muscles. Frequent typing and computer mouse usage are leading causes of Carpal Tunnel.

Our Approach

Carpal Tunnel is a condition that must be carefully diagnosed to determine the exact location of nerve impairment for the Lakewood health community.

We use specific tests and movement screens to isolate where the symptoms originate.

Specific treatment protocols and stretches from Active Release Technique, Chiropractic Biophysics, Pettibon and Chirometrex Exercises are used to improve the movement of the nerve and remove nerve compression in the wrist. MRI or nerve conduction testing may be used to help identify any nerve damage. Call 720-493-5885.


Scoliosis treatment in Lakewood

Dr. Jason Jumper at Renew Chiropractic in Lakewood uses non-surgical methods to rehabilitate the spine.

Our non surgical scoliosis treatment:

  • Reduces, slows down or maintains the spinal curve
  • Decreases pain and discomfort
  • Gives patients increased range of motion and the freedom to enjoy an active life.
  • Can be less expensive than most traditional scoliosis treatments.

Feel Better Fast and Forever with our Scoliosis care.

We invite you to learn more about our non-invasive Scoliosis care.

Looking for Scoliosis treatment in Lakewood, Colorado? We can help put you on the road to health. Call Today for a FREE, no obligation consultation. Call 720-493-5885 Today

If you are suffering from Scoliosis in Lakewood you probably know the most obvious symptom-pain. But did you know a spinal deformity can also lead to:

  • Low back pain
  • Matabolism Problems
  • Allergies
  • Tingling / Numbness in Arms
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Fatigue
  • Depression / Anxiety
  • Jaw Pain (TMJ)
  • Headaches
  • Sinusitis
  • Neck pain

Neck Pain & Headaches

Pinched nerve

Pinched nerves can result from overstretching or compression to a specific nerve region. Symptoms of a pinched nerve include numbness, “pins and needles,” burning pain, or radiating pain that extends outward from the injured area. Most people in Lakewood have temporarily experienced a pinched nerve with the sensation of a hand or foot falling asleep. A pinched nerve in the neck may come from either a disc herniation or bone spurs from spinal arthritis

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is characterized by a compression of the artery, vein, brachial plexus at the scalenes (muscles of the neck), or pectoralis minor part of the axilla (under your armpit). Symptoms may include heaviness in hands or numbness and tingling in the hands.

Computer Posture/Computer Neck

As we become more sedentary and spend longer amounts of time at our desks and computer workstations, the prevalence of neck pain from prolonged poor postures can increase with severity over time. Once we determine that your neck pain is caused by posture and ergonomic issues, we will discuss methods to reduce the pain cycle and allow your neck to return to full function.

Cervical Disc Herniations

Depending on the severity of the herniated disc, with and without compression of the cervical nerve root, pain from this condition can leave patients with a constant need for pain medication, anti-inflammatory pills, and, at times, cortisone injections.

Migraine Headaches

While medication prescribed by a neurologist may have reduce the intensity of your migraines, they do not address the physical factors causing your migraine pain. Over time, migraine medication will become less effective. By treating your physical condition, oxygen and circulation to the head and neck will improve, thus reducing your pain.

Tension Headaches

Tension headaches are the most common type of headaches. The pain from a tension headache is constant and can spread throughout your neck and upper back causing sore muscles or even dizziness. Our doctors are skilled in detecting trigger points in the neck and head that cause tension headaches.

If you or a loved one is suffering from Neck Pain, WE Can Help! Call Dr. Jason Jumper at Renew Chiropractic in Lakewood Today: 720-493-5885.

Low Back Pain/Sciatica

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There are many different causes of lower back pain. Pain in the lower back can be due to repetitive stress on back muscles and joints from poor posture or certain activities, or as the result of more chronic conditions such as arthritis. Back pain can affect children, adults, and seniors. Diagnosing the exact cause of low back pain requires careful attention to the soft tissue structures of the pelvis and lower back, as well as the quality of the movement of the lower and upper extremities.

Lakewood Sciatica / Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve or sciatica is characterized by pain down the leg and can continue below the knee. Sciatica pain can be caused by a disc herniation or a slipped disc. Tingling, numbness, or pain in the buttocks and thigh is often misdiagnosed as sciatica.

Sciatica is often characterized by one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Constant pain in only one side of the buttock or leg (rarely in both legs)
  • Pain that is worse when sitting
  • Leg pain that is often described as burning, tingling, or searing (versus a dull ache)
  • Weakness, numbness, or difficulty moving the leg, foot, and/or toes
  • A sharp pain that may make it difficult to stand up or walk
  • Pain that radiates down the leg and possibly into the foot and toes (it rarely occurs only in the foot)
  • Sciatic pain can vary from infrequent and irritating to constant and incapacitating. Symptoms are usually based on the location of the pinched nerve.

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Lumbar Disc Herniations

This painful lower back condition can occur from the acute strain of lifting a heavy object or as a slowly evolving condition over time. Herniated disc symptoms include deep lower back pain, sharp pain in the buttocks, hamstring pain, and/or leg pain. You may have difficulty changing positions or sitting comfortably for more than a few minutes at a time.

Sacroiliac Pain / Sacroiliac Joint Disease

With this condition careful attention must be paid to the surrounding soft tissue structures of the pelvis and lower back. Issues in these areas can prevent movement within the joint and cause nerve entrapments within the ligaments.

Degenerative Joint / Disc Disease

Chronic in nature, these conditions develop over time and can affect everyone from competitive athletes to more sedentary office workers. Though they most often develop in the 5th decade of life, arthritis, and degenerative disc disease can also start in the teenage years and affect men and women equally.


In the cervical spine, the facet joints can degenerate and lead to arthritis. As this area degenerates, new bone is laid down and causes bone spurs. These bone spurs can pinch nerves, limit joint range of motion, and strain supporting neck muscles. Arthritis neck pain is usually worse first thing in the morning and improves as the day goes on. Arthritis pain is often between the shoulder blades and can cause headaches.

Sacroiliac Pain / Sacroiliac Joint Disease

With this condition careful attention must be paid to the surrounding soft tissue structures of the sacroiliac joints and lower back. Issues in these areas can prevent movement within the joint and cause nerve entrapments within the ligaments.


Treatment of spondylolisthesis is designed to reduce pressure on the lower back. We will reduce the spasm the condition with trigger point therapy, fascial manipulation, and electric muscle stimulation to eliminate the strain on the muscles that support the spine.

Lumbar Stenosis / Spinal Stenosis

This painful lower back condition can occur from the acute strain of lifting a heavy object or as a slowly evolving condition over time. Herniated disc symptoms include deep lower back pain, sharp pain in the buttocks, hamstring pain, and/or leg pain. Once lumbar stenosis has been diagnosed through MRI, the integrity and stability of the spine will be evaluated along with your movement patterns.

Lumbar Disc Bulge

This painful lower back condition can occur from the acute strain of lifting a heavy object or as a slowly evolving condition over time. Herniated disc symptoms include deep lower back pain, sharp pain in the buttocks, hamstring pain, and/or leg pain. You may have difficulty changing positions or sitting comfortably for more than a few minutes at a time.

If you or a loved one is suffering from Back Pain, WE can help! Call Dr. Jason Jumper at Renew Chiropractic in Lakewood Today: 720-493-5885.

We will help you eliminate Low Back Pain and put you on the road to health again. Call our Lakewood Chiropractic office for a FREE consultation and chiropractic evaluation. Call 720-493-5885 Today!

When to Seek Chiropractic Care For Low Back Pain

  • Intense and sudden back pain that does not subside with rest
  • Pain that feels better when you lie down or are walking, but worsens when standing or sitting
  • Intense pain going from a sitting position to a standing position
  • Sharp, shooting pain in the lower back
  • Difficulty putting on your shoes or socks
  • Pain in the buttocks and/or legs
  • Weakness, Numbness or tingling in the lower back or leg
  • Pain when you cough or sneeze
  • Difficulty getting in and out of a car/vehicle
  • Severe or shooting pain in one leg, making it difficult to stand up or walk

Home Care For Low Back Pain

  • Stay Hydrated – Drinking plenty of water is good for general health, and the back and spine are no exceptions. After all, your intervertebral discs are mostly made up of water. Skip the cola, though. Over time, it can lead to lower bone mass density.
  • Alternate heat and ice. Cold therapy is the go-to treatment for the first 24 to 72 hours after an episode of back pain. After that, heat is often advised. If your back pain is chronic, try alternating heat and ice to see if you may benefit from the best of both.
  • Rethinking Your Sleep position may also help. Sleeping on your back is the ideal position for your back, but if you’re more comfortable on your side, put a pillow between your knees. If you can’t get to sleep unless you sleep on your stomach, use a fairly flat pillow for your head and put another flat pillow under your abdomen or pelvis.
  • Don’t just sit there. Moving around keeps the blood flowing, reducing stiffness. If you’re sitting at a desk most of the day, try to slip outside for a quick walk over your lunch break—or climb some stairs. Getting up and standing or stretching every 30 minutes or so will also help you stay more flexible.

Are you, or a loved one suffering with lower back pain? If so, call Renew Chiropractic Today! 720-493-5885.

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