Sunday, 8 March 2009

Back Care In The Garden

Recently I have been taking advantage of the slightly better weather to get some gardening done. Although I do exercise throughout the winter to keep my back in as good a shape as I can there is no denying that I do less overall exercise.

So when it comes to Spring and I want to do more outside it can come as a bit of a shock to my back! Gardening is one of the things that people said I would never be able to do again with my back condition, but well I proved them to be wrong as I still enjoy my gardening. Yes I am careful with my back and I do step up the back pain exercises and water therapy and Yes I take my time but I still do it :)

So for anyone who is in a similar position you may like to take a look at my site on BACK CARE IN THE GARDEN to do what you love more safely, with a healthier back.

Also I hope you enjoy this picture of my very first snowdrops in the garden, so beautiful!

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