Penrose Physical Therapy
20
May 2018
Jennifer Penrose
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Jennifer Penrose

Last Night My Neck Pain Got So Bad… I Couldn’t Even Turn My Head..

If you or a loved one suffer from chronic pain – so bad that you struggle to do simple things like turning your head to look over your shoulder, or sleep at night without pain, then reading this report may be the most important thing you do this year. It may unlock the agonizing mystery of your neck pain and show you a way to get back to the life you deserve… A life where you can sleep at night without tossing and turning, hoping to find one position where your neck pain stops. A life where you can read a book before bed… or newspaper on a morning… without the fear of more neck pain. A life where you can wake up in the morning and not suffer from headaches or migraines… A life where you can plan family time with your kids or grandkids, without worrying over if your neck pain will strike! …Basically, a life without chronic or severe neck pain! Finally, one of the nations leading neck pain experts, Jennifer Penrose, a specialist from Lacey who has already helped 100’s of people over the last decade with her recovery advice – has recently released a new 7 page “Neck Pain Consumer Awareness Report” that reveals the best kept secret in Lacey… How to actually get to the bottom of Neck Pain without talking to your insurance, regular trips to see the chiropractor, or needing a referral from your doctor. Read More
11
May 2018
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

3 Simple Stretches for Neck Pain at your Desk!

Today I’ll be going over the importance of exercising in the workplace and how it can help your shoulder pain. The reason I’m writing about the workplace is because not many people realize how much time they spend at work. For example, the average full-time worker spends around 1,650 hours at work every year. That’s equivalent to 68 days or 9 weeks of day-in-day-out work! Now, imagine if you had an office job, or if you DO, think of all those hours you actually spend sat down, not moving and potentially developing poor posure, it’s no wonder you have shoulder pain! That’s why it’s important to exercise at work and to keep moving as much as possible. Having only 5 weeks away from work can take it’s toll on your body. This truly shows how long you are at work for and how it can affect your health. With that in mind, here’s a few of my tips that are handy to use to ease that shoulder pain. Yoga before and after work is a MUST to stretch away those potential aches and pains in your muscles. It is ideal to do yoga on a morning as you have been sleeping in the same position for a while and will continue to do so at work. After work yoga is just as important. Doing yoga after work will stretch your muscles after being sat for so long! Not only this, but it will leave you feeling a lot calmer and stress-free. If you… Read More
04
May 2018
Jennifer Penrose
Author
Jennifer Penrose

3 Things we do everyday that cause neck pain

3 Things We Do Everyday That Cause Neck Pain Let’s play a fun quiz that might help you live with less neck pain,and if you answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions then read on! When you sleep at night, do you find yourself sleeping on your stomach? Or with more than one pillow in a twisted position? When you’re relaxing at home, do you find yourself looking up at the TV screen because it’s hung up high on the wall? When you’re out and about do you carry your bag on one shoulder? Or hold your heavy briefcase in one hand? Chances are you’ve answered ‘yes’ to at least one of those questions. I may be wrong, your bag might not be heavy, and you might sleep with just the one pillow, but the reason why I guessed you’d answered ‘yes’ to one of those questions is because over the years, almost every patient that walks into my clinic who has been suffering with neck pain, has been doing one of these things. So it’s no surprise that during my time as a Physical Therapist that one of the most regular injuries I see is ‘neck pain’. And without even realizing it, things that we do everyday can cause it. So let’s take a look at 3 of the most common everyday mistakes I’ve found my patients doing that cause their ‘neck pain’… 1. Watching TV – Watching TV is a habit –… Read More

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