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Dr. Halland Chen has created a Cab Ride Series to easily perform exercises.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 18, 2014
Dr. Halland, NYC premier medical specialist, has created a CAB RIDE SERIES with exercises you can easily do while riding in a cab. These exercises have been proven to help prevent multiple injuries including back and muscle strain injuries. The series is simple enough to be extended to any vehicle - whether youre waiting in traffic or simply enjoying the ride. The first of the series is ideal for any fall sports athletes.
Dr. Halland has revolutionized the way you can stop unmanageable stress, by adding simple exercises to your daily routine - which is ideal for those with limited time, or hectic schedules. CAB RIDE SERIES stretches are a perfect set of on-the-go exercises that can be performed at least 3-6 times a week; before and after physical activity, or while simply waiting in a cab or sitting at work/home. Killing time during your cab ride has never been easier or more productive.
With running and jumping, there can be a lot of strain put on the back and knees. Which in time, can wear down the joints and cause chronic low back pain. Dr. Hallands exercises can help to relieve pain and prevent future damage. The CAB RIDE SERIES was created not only for the average New Yorker in mind, but also for all physically active athletes to partake in.
ABOUT DR HALLAND
Dr. Halland is New Yorks premier pain management and anti-aging specialist, widely recognized and trusted for effective results in non-surgical knee, hip, shoulder, neck and low back pain recovery as well as skin treatments and hair restoration solutions. His dedication to patient care and wellness leads him to explore all traditional and nontraditional options in alleviating pain and regaining function, avoiding surgery when possible, and allowing patients to heal naturally using the body's own growth factors and repair mechanisms.
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