1. How To Avoid Neck Pain on an Airplane, Part 1

    Are you traveling to fun and adventurous places this summer? If you’re traveling by plane, chances are, you’ll likely experience some neck pain from flying. But there are many ways you can prevent neck pain from occurring, and today, your trusted Littleton chiropractor will share a few travel tips to help keep your neck healthy and happy. Be sure to schedule an appointment for chiropractic car…Read More

  2. 5 Simple Stretches You Can Do While Traveling

    Whether you’re planning to travel by road or by air this summer, sitting for extended periods of time can cause pain in the neck and back. The simple act of sitting places a great deal of stress on the spine, especially in the lower back. However, other factors come into play that can be quite taxing for your neck, back, and body as a whole.  Before you head out on your awesome summertime adven…Read More

  3. Ways to Reduce Back Pain While Road Tripping This Summer, Part 2

    Welcome back to the Arne Wellness Center blog! In part one of this short blog series, we started looking at a few handy tips to help prevent the onset of back pain while taking a road trip this summer. In case you’re just joining us, we looked at these helpful ways to reduce back pain: Invest in a good back support system designed for vehicles Make time to stop and stretch Stay hydrated Bring so…Read More

  4. Ways to Reduce Back Pain While Road Tripping This Summer, Part 1

    One of the best things to do during the summer is taking a road trip. Whether you take a short drive up I-70 to one of the many nearby mountain towns, or you head out of state on a longer trip, there’s nothing like hitting the open road with your family and friends. But for those of you who are prone to back pain, going on a road trip can be one uncomfortable journey. Today, your friendly neighb…Read More

  5. 3 Ways to Avoid Neck and Back Pain This Camping Season

    Here in Littleton, we are lucky enough to be in close driving proximity to a wide array of camping areas. A weekend getaway into the Rocky Mountains is the perfect way to escape the city, de-stress, and enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you prefer to backpack in the backcountry, camp at recreation parks, or camp in the luxury of an RV, “roughing it,” as we say can take a toll on your neck and …Read More

  6. 4 Simple Ways to Ease Back Into Summer Activities

    Summertime in Colorado means more time spent outside and less time spent cooped up indoors. With that in mind, people of all ages will be participating in all those fun outdoor adventures we love so much here in Littleton in throughout our beautiful state. As you start planning all those camping trips, hiking adventures, and mountain biking trips, here are a few tips to consider to keep your body …Read More

  7. Healthy Habits To Help You Look and Feel Your Best for Summer, Part 2

    Welcome back to the Arne Wellness Center blog! In our recent post, we began sharing a few helpful hints you can follow to sneak some extra exercise into your day to help you look and feel your best for summer. After spending several months cooped up inside, many people find it’s best to ease back into an active lifestyle rather than jumping right into an intense workout routine. Last time, we sh…Read More

  8. 3 Low-Impact Exercises for Back Pain

    When you have back pain, whether a dull ache or a moderate nagging pain, getting active may be the farthest thing from your mind. But the truth is, low-impact activities can actually help reduce back pain. In fact, the Mayo Clinic suggests that light activities (within reason, of course) can aid in the healing process. Here are some of the ways light exercise can help with back pain: Strengthens c…Read More

  9. Healthy Habits To Help You Look and Feel Your Best for Summer, Part 1

    The days are getting longer, the temperatures are already heating up, and the delightful aroma of grilled deliciousness on the barbecue is ever-present here in Littleton, which can only mean one thing: summer is coming. If you’ve been cooped up all winter and spring, you are probably very excited to get outside and get active once again. But if your body is not quite as ready to hit the pool as …Read More

  10. The Worst Shoes For Back Pain Sufferers

    The shoes we wear can either help prevent back pain, or contribute to it. Supportive shoes consist of structural support for your entire foot, ankle and arch support, and provide a good level of padding in the soles to absorb the shock of each step and protect your joints. Improper footwear, on the other hand, can cause your foot to land flat with each step, or cause you to stand in pronated posit…Read More