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Sports Injuries & The Back

We’re all told that healthy living starts with eating right and exercising. Many people enjoy participating in sports and it helps them keep motivated to live an active, healthy lifestyle. However, sports activity comes with the responsibility to be attentive to your body and the strain it can potentially put on your back. Whether it’s running, golf, tennis, football, biking, hockey, or weightlifting, these can all be great activities to do to keep you in shape, but when done incorrectly, significant back pain or damage can occur.

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