- Walking on the beach is great for loosening-up the wonderfully articulating feet, the strong and commanding hips, and everything that sits on the hips. If your body isn’t too stiff or compromised, a walk on the uneven and ‘giving’ sand is GREAT therapy. If your feet, ankles, pelvis or back have been ignored or have stuck scar tissue, the adjustments resulting from a beach walk may SEEM like a little too much. That’s when people call me. I can help.
- Sleeping on a different bed, even if it’s a splendid bed, can wreak havoc with our sensitivities.
- Eating too much Seafood on vacation, with all the sodium seasonings can cause our bodies to retain a little more water, – make the back feel a little tighter; kind of like PMS symptoms. FYI, a spike in blood pressure (headache maybe) sometimes shows up with the indulgent vacation diet, too.
- dehydration can make your back feel squeaky. You’re probably sweating more than usual with the beach activities.
- The long and hurried drive to the beach helped your obedient back habituate to it’s seat. I can help.
- Golfers; well, you guys just make me smile. It was the ‘straw that broke the camel’s back.’
If you want to feel better, feel free to call me. The family will appreciate it if you feel better, too (grumpy