Many of us see the warmer weather as a chance to get on top of our gardens that can get away on us during the colder months of the year. However, spending a few hours gardening can often result in back pain either later that day or during the next. This can happen whether you have a history of low back pain or not.
Today on the blog Zac, one of our Physiotherapists based in Launceston, talks about what can cause back pain when gardening and how best to manage it.
The link to Zac’s article is in our bio if you’d like to have a read.
PENGUIN, TASMANIA AU
One of the most beautiful coastal towns in Tasmania! We could have sat here all day! ☀️☀️ The recent mini Main Street makeover was well received by all the visitors this morning. I didn’t realise how pretty this town has become!
Post office ✔️
Kids playground ✔️
Easy parking ✔️ #penguin#coastaltown#tasmania#northwesttasmania @thisiscradlecountry