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What your backpack-wearing style says about you

Posted by Sarah Brooks on

A student’s most common type of travelling baggage for school is the backpack. Carrying books, a bottle of water, and a lunch can be heavy and potentially cause back pain. However, the backpack is commonly used because it distributes the weight on both shoulders instead of one – which reduces back pain compared to other unbalanced travelling baggage. As students begin socializing with their peers, they will learn different ways to wear a backpack. The “cool” kids tended to wear the backpack with one strap as a sign of rebellion – thereby making the proper way of wearing both straps...

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Does Your Child's Backpack cause them Back Pain?

Posted by Sarah Brooks on

It's almost school time and does your child have everything they need? Kids heading back to school need backpacks and backpacks can cause pain if too heavy. Make sure your childs spine is protected this fall when he/she returns to school. Read more to find some iips on how to wear backpacks the right way. Read more: Does Your Child’s Backpack Make the Grade? | The Blog of Franson Chiropractic

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