Dr. Joseph Hudson, D.C.

 

DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC, LINCOLN ROAD SPINE AND WELLNESS

 

Joseph Hudson, D.C., is a forward-thinking physician practicing in Miami Beach, FL. He is a graduate of Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX and is a current member of both the American Chiropractic Association and the Florida Chiropractic Association. He is a certified Cox Technique practitioner and utilizes genuine Cox Decompression Tables in his office. He is also currently board eligible with the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Dr. Hudson was the first participating chiropractor in the federally funded Ryan White program within the Miami-Dade area. He opened his own facility in the 1111 Building on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach after spending three years practicing with Dr. Wendy Gallego of Shin Wellness and six years working alongside the medical doctors of Wholfeiler, Piperato, & Associates. 

Posture & Ergonomics at Work Your mother and grandmother were right: “Stand Up Straight!” Proper posture and standing up straight not only make you look more confident, but also allow your spine to assume its proper structure. When you slouch, your spine slouches too, forcing your muscles, ligaments, and tendons to all work overtime keeping you balanced and up-right. All this extra work strain may lead to fatigue and potentially spine pain. It is never too late to improve posture. It just takes some thinking. Simple exercises to strengthen your core abdominal muscles and buttock muscles and stretch your hamstrings will go far to improve your posture. We at Lincoln Road Spine and Wellness stand ready to evaluate your posture and discuss any corrective actions you may want to consider.

The head should be carried straight.

 

The shoulders, back and even.

 

The chest, out. The stomach, tight.

 

The low back, straight.

 

The buttocks, firm.

 

The feet, straight and evenly apart with your weight balanced on both.

 

 

ERGONOMICS & ACTIVITIES TO AVOID IF AT ALL POSSIBLE

"Work Law" is the literal meaning of ergonomics, but for us in the day-to-day world, ergonomics is simply a set of rules about how we should bend, lift and twist properly to avoid aggravating our spines. Ergonomics can involve the selection of a chair that supports your back when you have to sit, the elevation of your desk and monitor to reduce neck strain, the use of your legs to lift and not your spine. It is relatively simple to evaluate your daily work for improved ergonomics. Visit our website at for a few suggestions for doing simple everyday activities. Proper posture and movement can enhance your recovery as well as prevent future pain.

 

CONTACT:

Dr. Joseph Hudson, Chiropractor -

Lincoln Road Spine Ÿ

Web: www.lincolnroadspine.com Ÿ

Phone: 305.673.8248

Address: 1111 Lincoln Road, Suite 310, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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