Gluteal stretch for low back pain

For those who have desk jobs, sitting can be very detrimental to lower back health — by maintaining a sitting position for multiple hours every day, you cause some muscles to contract and others to relax. However, the lack of variation in those movements or counter-stretches or positions leads to tightness, and, ultimately, pain. Part […]

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Gentle Stretch for Reducing Neck Pain

For people who work at a computer especially, neck pain is a very common reality. It happens primarily from maintaining bad posture for hours, including sitting slouched over with your head jutting out, causing the muscles in your neck to tighten to try and hold your head up. Additionally, this slouching position makes the front […]

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Dr. Laird Makes the Doctor’s Who’s Who

Laird Chiropractic and Muscle Therapy owner Dr. Bruce Laird has been chosen for the Honor Edition of Trademark’s Who’s Who Top Doctors for his years of excellent work as a chiropractor in Wenatchee. “The talented professionals profiled in the historic registry share such virtues as determination, courage, patience and discipline,” said Trademark Media and Public […]

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Back Pain Relief, Part 4: Gentle Back Bend

This post is one in a series for relieving lower back pain.   When it comes to relieving lower back pain, remember that a little bit of stretching goes a long way — there’s no need to overextend yourself. This gentle back bend can help relieve lower back pain by extending and stretching the muscles […]

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Back Pain Relief Part 3: Low back stretches

According to the American Chiropractic Association, 31 million Americans are experiencing lower back pain at any given time. While there are many acute reasons for back pain, such as injuries and stress, sitting for long periods — like so many Americans do at office jobs — can exacerbate the problem. If you are one of […]

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