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Sitting is the New Smoking- Understanding Hip Dysfunctions Part 2

Discover How to Relief Pain From Sitting

Do you sit for more than 2 hours per day? Did you know research indicates it only takes 2 hours of sitting before your muscles begin to become tight? Do you struggle with pain in your lower back because of sitting? Maybe you have pain in your neck and shoulders because of sitting?

If so I have something great to share with you…

In order to stay pain free during and after siting there is a simple solution.

If you get pain after you sit, you need to have a prescriptive movement that counteracts what happens to your body after you sit.

If you want to learn more, tune in to this next video in our series on sitting …

This Video is for you if:

  • You want to learn be pain free during sitting
  • You want to learn simple exercises to improve the comfort of sitting
  • You have pain during sitting in any area of your body

Click here To Watch the Video on YouTube.

Yours In Health,

Andrew Gorecki

Superior Physical Therapy

231.944.6541

P.S. This month we are giving away 10 free assessments to anyone who has pain during sitting or after sitting. Ignoring problems typically doesn’t result in them going away. Either reply back to this email or call 231.944.6541 for a reserved free assessment this month.

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