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Simple Yet Effective Tip To Ease Muscle Tension and Pain

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Relieving Muscle Tension

Today I would like to reveal a simple yet effective tip to help you ease muscle tension and pain that builds up in your neck, shoulders and upper back.

All you need for this is a tennis ball, an open wall space and maybe a long sock (you won’t need the sock if you’ve got tennis ball talent :) ).

Trust me, it may sound crazy but this simple technique works.

Take a look around and you will see that more and more people are sitting at computers and looking down at cell phones which is causing poor posture. This pain provoking forward flexed posture is resulting in increased stress and tension in the muscles of the neck, shoulders and upper back.

In this short video from my office in Hainesport, I will share one simple technique that only requires a tennis ball that will help you better manage your muscle pains at home and in the office.

So go ahead and click on the video below and please leave a comment below to let me know your thoughts.

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Until we speak again:  Eat well, move often and stay healthy!!

Yours In Health,

Dr. Mike

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  1. Gloria DiGangi says
    Jul 10, 2015 at 8:07 PM

    Very good tips. I'm sure Dan can benefit from this.

  2. says
    Jul 15, 2015 at 7:42 AM

    Simple but effective Mrs. DiGangi!! Between the desk and drums Dan would find this useful :) !!

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