Thursday, October 27, 2016
Back Pain after Raking? Urgent Care Facilities Share Prevention Tips
Fall gives Sunnyvale residents so much to look forward to: trees changing into wonderful colors, cooler temperatures, warm fireplaces, and cozy sweaters. Raking leaves on a perfect fall afternoon can be a pleasurable way to soak up the smells and sights of the season.
However, if you’re not careful you might have a night of back pain, or be forced to visit a Sunnyvale urgent care center for treatment. The good news is that observing some simple rules can help you cut down on the risk of back injury significantly.
Use the Right Rake for the Job
A rake that’s too heavy, too long, or the wrong type can wreak havoc on your back. A lawn rake or a leaf rake is the correct type for raking fallen leaves. This fans out in a triangle shape, is sold in different widths, and is often made of wood, plastic, or metal. Read more from this blog: