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Watch how to prevent neck and back pain when carrying a bucket seat!

proper way to carry baby bucket seat carrier

Do you have a baby? Bucket seats get heavy to carry quickly and you want to prevent neck and back pain don’t you? If you’re carrying a bucket car seat like most people have been for decades, it won’t be long before you start having some form of neck and back pain. And most people don’t think of the consequences of carrying the bucket seat the way it has been carried forever.

When your baby is only 6, 7, or 8 pounds, it’s not really a big deal to lift, pull, slide, and swing that bucket around. But when your baby becomes more than twice that weight, you’re going to start to wonder why your carrying shoulder hurts, why your elbow is always sore, and why your wrist and hand cramp all the time. And how have you carried a weight like this in an awkward position? Almost never, and now you’re doing it ALL DAY LONG, EVERY DAY!

In this video, Dr. Bajor shows you the proper and ‘cool’ way to carry that bucket seat that minimizes stress on your spine and makes even the heaviest baby a breeze to carry around!

Watch, learn, and share! 95% of people do not know this carrying technique but this is the way to go! neck and back pain

Please feel free to visit our Facebook page at!  Dr. Jacqueline Boyd and Paul Bajor are the only husband and wife chiropractic team in Airdrie, Alberta. Their practice, Access Chiropractic and Wellness, is located at #120, 52 Gateway Drive NE in the north of Airdrie. They have been in practice in Airdrie since 2004 and in practice since 2001. They have two kids named Liam and Julia and have a large family based practice. They have a vested interest in keeping Airdrie and surrounding communities healthy because Airdrie is also their home.

Drs. Jacqueline Boyd and Paul Bajor are also both registered and active members of the ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association).

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