EDMONTON, Oct. 5 /CNW/ - Students will demonstrate how fun and easy it is for anyone to adopt the three-minute-a-day Straighten Up Alberta program aimed at improving posture and spinal health at Thursday, October 8, 2009's launch event.
Poor posture can affect anyone, leading to chronic headaches, TMJ dysfunction, shoulder pain, strain in the lower back, as well as pain in the legs. Straighten Up Alberta is designed as an ongoing community health promotion and awareness program by the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors to improve posture and spinal health.
Who Principals Sandy Gillis & Karen Craig
Students & Staff of St. James
Straighten Up Alberta Program Coordinator and Volunteers
When Thursday, October 8, 2009
set up beginning at 11 a.m.; presentation begins 11:20 a.m.
Where St. James Elementary School, gymnasium
7814 - 83 Street, Edmonton, AB T6C 2Y8
SOURCE ALBERTA COLLEGE AND ASSOCIATION OF CHIROPRACTORS
For further information: For further information: Tanisha Tetz, Straighten Up Alberta program coordinator, (780) 420-0932, email@example.com