With the summer upon us shortly, most of us like to give our gardens a good tidying, and without realizing it, can stretch and strain our knees, backs and shoulders. Don’t end up with gardeners’ back, weeders’ wrist or pruners’ neck. Here are a few tips for avoiding and remedying gardening aches and pains:
Digging, raking and weeding can cause repetitive strain and overuse injuries to the back muscles. Taking regular breaks can help prevent repetitive movement injuries. If, however, you still feel back pain after gardening, come in for a good neuromuscular massage to loosen the muscles in your back.