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Stretches and Exercises for Scoliosis- Bird-Dog

The Bird-Dog is another yoga-inspired exercise. To do this exercise:

  • Begin on the hands and knees with your back straight.
  • Place your hands directly under your shoulders, with the knees directly under the hips.
  • Extend one arm straight out and forward while extending the opposite leg straight back.

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Stretches and Exercises for Scoliosis- Cat-Camel

The Cat-Camel is a yoga pose. It can help keep the spine flexible and pain-free. To do the Cat-Camel pose:

  • Begin on the hands and knees, ensuring your back is level, and your head and neck are comfortable.
  • Breathe deeply, then draw the abdominal muscles in and up, arching your back.

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Stretches and Exercises for Scoliosis- Arm and Leg Raises

People can strengthen their lower back with arm and leg raises. To do the raises:

  • Lie on your front with your forehead to the ground.
  • Extend your arms out over your head, with the palms positioned flat on the ground. Keep your legs straight.
  • Raise one arm off of the ground.

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Stretches and Exercises for Scoliosis- Pelvic Tilts

A pelvic tilt will help stretch tight muscles in the hips and lower back. To do a pelvic tilt:

  • Lie on your back with your feet flat on the floor and knees bent.
  • Tighten your stomach muscles while flattening your back toward the floor.
  • Hold for 5 seconds, while breathing normally.

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Prevent Hurting Your Lower Back

  • Exercising for at least 30 minutes on most days of the week. Where possible, try doing a mixture of low- and high-intensity physical activities exercises, such as bike riding, walking, aerobics classes, swimming, or using an elliptical machine.
  • Practicing good posture when walking, such as by keeping the back straight and avoiding leaning too far forward or slumping.

Grand Opening: Cellular Sales

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Cellular Sales is proud to announce their new Verizon store in Lewiston! Come down for the Grand Opening July 11th from 3-5pm with Ribbon Cutting at 3pm! There will be food, drinks, and fun and games for the family, including a raffle with an iPad as the grand prize! Plus, there will be some amazing promos in store from Thursday 7/11 through Saturday 7/13/19!

Lewis Clark Recyclers Now Hiring

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Lewis Clark Recyclers are now hiring - Route Drivers (Local) FT or PT, Industrial Waste Operator/Driver (Local), Entry Level Production Workers- FT/PT, and Document Destruction Route Driver- FT/ PT. Applications are available on www.lcri.net. Please print out, complete and send, fax or drop off at our office. Mailing address: P.O. Box 1687, Lewiston, ID 83501 Fax: 208-746-6248.

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The Natural Way to Treat Arthritis Pain- Without Medication

Hyperlordosis is an excessive inward curvature of the lower spine that causes the buttocks to become more prominent and the stomach to stick out.

When lying on their back, a person with hyperlordosis may have a noticeable c-shaped curve or large gap in their lower back area. People sometimes refer to this exaggerated posture as "swayback."

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Degenerative Disk Disease

As a person ages, the protective disks that sit between each of the vertebrae in the spine can gradually wear down and shrink. Degeneration of these disks can lead to the bones in the spine rubbing against one another, which may cause back pain and stiffness.

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Getting Help through Physical Therapy

When treating arthritic symptoms, the main goals of a physical therapist are to reduce pain, increase strength, and preserve range of motion. Just a few of the many benefits of working with a physical therapist include:

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How Arthritis is Treated

Many physicians prescribe medication to manage pain caused by arthritis. Your physician may prescribe NSAID pain relievers, antibiotics, corticosteroids, or antirheumatic drugs for your arthritis treatment. However, medication is not always entirely helpful.

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