Newsletter Video, October 2022
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Three Simple Mobility Exercises to Alleviate Pain at the Back of the Head
Disclaimer: Before you try these or any other exercises, consult with your physical therapist or physician first.
Cervicogenic neck and headache pain is common. If you have pain in the upper neck/base of the head, try these 3 movements.
- Upper neck flexion and extension - while lying on your back with or without a pillow, just nod your head 5-10x as if you are non-verbally communicating "yes".
- Upper neck rotation - while lying on your back with or without a pillow, just rotate your head 5-10x to the left then right, as if you are non-verbally communicating "no".
- Upper neck side bending - while lying on your back with or without a pillow, just your head toward your left shoulder then your right shoulder. Repeat this 5-10x per side.
The DASH Diet - A Great Way to Cut Your Sodium
For more information about DASH visit https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/dash-eating-plan
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