Back on track with World Spine Day – Royal Gazette

Published Sep 21, 2020 at 1:02 pm (Updated Sep 21, 2020 at 1:02 pm)


The Bermuda Chiropractic Association is getting #BDABackonTrack with World Spine Day 2020.

World Spine Day occurs October 16th every year to raise awareness of back pain and other spinal issues. With Doctors of Chiropractic, fitness instructors, and other health professionals, school children and patients taking part, the World Spine Day 2020 theme #BackonTrack will be celebrated on every continent.

The Bermuda Chiropractic Association (BCA) celebrates World Spine Day 2020 with the #BDABackonTrack Challenge. We will be highlighting the importance of spinal health and holistic wellbeing including physical activity, nutrition, good posture, responsible lifting and healthy working conditions.

The #BDABackonTrack Challenge The Bermuda Chiropractic Association’s theme is “Run, Walk, Ride, Move your Body We’re Getting #BDABackonTrack”. The Challenge is a 20 day interactive virtual event.

How do I sign up? Sign-up is FREE on ??www.RaceDayWorld.com??.

How can I win? Participants can win prize giveaways every day throughout the 20-day #BDABackonTrack Challenge.

How do I participate in the 20 day challenges? There will be an action challenge to Get Active for 20 minutes for 20 days beginning Saturday, September 26, 2020.

• Fitness Challenge – The Bermuda Chiropractic Association has collaborated with Ty Darrell, LifeThyme CrossFit Bermuda and Lornelle Armory, Longevity Athletics Bermuda (LAB) to make twenty 20 minute at home workouts accessible through the BCA website, Instagram, and Facebook page.

• Clean Eating Challenge – Myra Dill of EFit, Tori Moniz of Recipe Box, Kara Simmons of Kara’s Kitchen, Agathe Holowatinc of Fuelled, and Hannah Jones and Keelin Hankin of Island Nutrition will give nutritional advice. Participants will also have access to healthy 20 minute meal ideas and cooking demonstrations with locally sourced food. Listen to Medical Radio, Saturday’s from 8-10am on Magic 102.7 and follow us daily for the most recent news and calendar of activities.

• You may also win prizes by having your own personal physically distanced pop-up “workouts” or “walkouts” in your home, on the railway trail, beach, track or in your neighborhood and posting them on Instagram and Facebook. We would like for everyone in Bermuda to take part in helping each other achieve daily goals.

The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in extreme lock down measures that have restricted people’s ability to undertake physical activity and isolation from friends and family. Forcing many people to work from home led to increased reports of back and neck pain with further isolation resulting in mental and physical impact on many people.

The Bermuda Chiropractic Association’s World Spine Day 2020 campaign will emphasize how people can get #BDABackOnTrack, re-energize themselves with healthy spine habits, restore their activity levels and improve their mental well-being.

Low back pain is the single leading cause of years lived with disability. This highlights that the spine is the backbone of your health. It houses the nervous system which controls and coordinates the function of every organ, tissue and cell in the body. Proper prevention and ensuring a healthy spine – made up of 24 separate vertebrae and over 60 joints – is therefore of paramount importance.

The evidence tells us that physical activity is one of the most important ways we can look after our spines. Daily exercise and simple measures to keep your spine functioning properly often help to prevent joints from getting creaky and painful. ??So this World Spine Day, let’s all commit to getting our spines #BDABackonTrack!

More information about the #BDABackonTrack Challenge and how to get involved is available at your local chiropractor’s office, The Bermuda Chiropractic Association’s Website www.chiropracticbermuda.com?, on Instagram (@ChiropracticBermuda) and Facebook www.facebook.com/chiropracticbermuda?.

Press release from the Bermuda Chiropractic Association


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