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Pain Management Resource Blog

How to Avoid Back Pain During Fall Planting

Posted by Melinda Myers on Oct 15, 2015

Many gardeners just add a few (or a few hundred) bulbs to their gardens in fall. It turns out that fall is also a great time to add trees, shrubs and perennials to your yard. During this time of year, the soil is warm and the air is cooler, so the plants are less stressed and establish more quickly. And many of these plants are on sale, extending your planting budget.

Grab your shovel, knee pads and trowel and start planting your way to a beautiful landscape.

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Topics: Blog, Back Pain,, Gardening, Melinda Myers, How to garden without back pain, Fall planting

A Healthy Harvest – For You and Your Plants

Posted by Brenda Poppy on Oct 9, 2015

Picking produce and harvesting your plants can often be a pain in the neck – and back and knees. But, it doesn't have to be. It only takes a few simple changes to your harvest routine to protect yourself – and your plants.

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Topics: Blog, Back Pain,, Neck Pain,, Chronic Pain, Knee Pain,, Gardening, Melinda Myers, healthy harvest