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Win Spadollars$

Stonehaven Gives Back!! Win SpaDollar$, our in-house currency, just by referring a friend or loved one to our spa. When they call in have them tell us you referred them, and we will credit your account for $10 in...

Don’t Be A Victim of The Weekender

The Weekender will do just that, end your week.  Physically over-exerting yourself on the weekend while doing a sport or home project or exercise can really cause more damage then good if you are not physically active on a weekend basis.  This is more true the older...

Stretched Too Thin

Sometimes the weekend activity that can cause you pain is the very activity that you are doing to prevent pain, exercise.  Exercise is always a good thing, but just like anything else, you have to slowly work into it.  Don’t over extend your muscles with once a week...

Hours of Strain will Leave You in Pain

Weekend projects can require hours of straining.  This type of muscle strain isn’t something that you normally do during the week so your body isn’t use to it.  This may damage areas of your back that are not accustomed to such a physical load.  Home improvement...

Don’t Prolong Bad Posture

Another bad behavior associated with The Weekender is prolonged, unnatural positions.  This is common with activities like gardening or landscaping.  Bending over or looking down for hours will hurt your neck and back. Be conscious of how you are positioning your body...

Avoid The Bursts of Vigor

One characteristic of The Weekender is vigorous bursts of activity without proper warm-up.  Going from a cold start to an extreme level of activity can really do some damage to your back, legs and tendons.  This is common when playing weekend sports. It is best to...

Are You A Victim of The Weekender?

Spending your weeks working at a desk or counter without regular exercise can make your body’s muscles weak.  So when you overdo it on a weekend project or activity you can really do some damage to your back.  This is called The Weekender, because it is you only...

How To Overcome The Slump

The Slump is a behavior where, while sitting at a computer or while using a phone/tablet, you: Lean Forward In Your Chair Hunch Your Back Look Down With Your Head Cross Or Sit On Your Legs It is poor sitting posture and it can cause incredible amounts of damage to...

Be Flat Footed

Keep your feet flat on the floor to avoid back pain and circulation problems.  Crossing your legs or sitting on a leg is another negative habit of The Slump.  Crossing, or sitting on, your legs can put pressure on your back and spine by making your spine mis-aligned. ...

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