Yoga Recess Day, a national event of the Yoga Health Foundation, was featured on March 24 by PRNewswire. North American Spine of Dallas provided community outreach by their donation of almost 50 yoga mats for students at Robert E. Lees Elementary in Dallas. Having helped thousands of back pain sufferers, North American Spine recognizes the value of yoga and how it helps, beginning at early ages, but for any age person who wants a healthy spine. Jon Sasser, North American Spine Director of Public Relations stated that they wanted to give back.
At least 50 pre-K and kindergarten students were a part of this celebration. The specialized yoga class helps the development of the minds and bodies and children. Many of the students have challenges. The CW was present to film Yoga Recess Day and footage shows that yoga poses are fun for kids. With this kind of care the prevention of back pain is emphasized, as conveyed by Dr. Abram Burgher, of North American Spine of Scottsdale, AZ.
Yoga practice helps to prevent sciatica, a chronic condition, by supporting the health of the abdominal and back muscles supporting the spine. Yoga is sometimes prescribed as a treatment for back pain. Just a few stretching and strengthening routines can make a huge difference with back health. North American Spine professionals suggest that changing positions, such as moving from sitting, to standing, to walking and on to sleeping will increase the flow of blood to the discs for healing.
Known for the AccuraScope Procedure and the success of minimally invasive surgery, North American Spine has found an 82 percent success rate, saving thousands of out of pocket expenses over the years. With less medical visits, patients are able to move on to productive lives. To read the article, click here.