On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, the National Spine Health Foundation has issued a ‘save our spines’ S.O.S. through a new Spine Health Guide with easy to remember tips for neck and back wellness aimed for students learning from home.

Distance learning is something many people have unexpectedly encountered this year. This brings in a whole new wave of concerns for parents who’ve weren’t expecting to be teachers, as well. One of the most important things to keep in mind when learning or working from home is the body.

How we care for our body during long periods of immobility is vital to protecting the spine for a lifetime. We know it can be hard to remember to move and stretch regularly. The Distance Learning SOS describes “Stretch, Optimize, Stand.” These three words are simple ways to make a big impact on spinal wellness. Take a look at the chart below and get started!

Read the news release from PR Newswire here:  https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/national-spine-health-foundation-issues-distance-learning-sos-to-save-our-spines-301125710.html

Read the article from the National Spine Health Foundation: https://spinehealth.org/tips-for-distance-learning-a-spine-health-guide/