Seated Rotational Stretch
Dr Watins demonstrates a stretch that you can do at your desk to help your back
Hi. My name is Dr. Michael Watins, I’m a Chiropractor, I’m here on 58th Street and I want to give you a stretch that you can do during the course of a day, when you’re seated, when you’re sitting at work, so that you don’t put repetitive stress on your body.
One easy way to break up your day instead of just getting up and taking a walk, which can throw off your productivity and your focus. An easier way of doing it is to sit in your chair and put your right hand on your left knee, put your other hand behind you and just rotate your body slightly, and by doing that, you’re going to help loosen up the back. You do it for about 30 seconds and then you do the opposite side. And by doing it, you’ll find that you get some relief, you feel better, you prevent repetitive stress, you improve flexibility as well as preventing long-term ramifications of repetitive stress. Thank you for watching the video, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us anytime. As I said before, we’re always here for you at any time.
Dr Michael Watins, DC
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