Just in time for Spring 2021, Spine Surgeon Dr. Robert McLain, of Cleveland, OH, presents ‘Gardening Tips for Back Pain Patients’. This five minute video, about gardening with back and neck issues, is geared toward patients with a passion to garden who want to know how to stay fit for the entire gardening season. The topic was born out of the many questions his spine patients have had over the years as they seek to pursue their Spring-time gardening passion without incurring back or neck set-backs.
In the video, Dr. McLain answers key questions about activity management such as:
Dr. McLain reviews back mechanics and encourages taking a common sense approach toward activity level and other decisions regarding gardening efforts to avoid back or neck problems. He also provides tips on ways to reduce loads on your back while gardening, how to calm your muscles down after gardening, and other back and neck-friendly techniques to enable gardeners to continue to pursue their passion without undue strain.
These individuals can inspire your journey to healing and life after disc replacement surgery—and the hope of freedom from spine-induced pain and discomfort.
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