Lansdale, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/18/2017 -- Nearly everyone who has moved homes has attempted to lift something that made their muscles ache for weight. While many movers may not think much of the dangers associated with moving, the truth is that moving homes can land residents in a large amount of pain if overexertion occurs.
Now, Hammer's Moving & Storage, a top moving company in Doylestown, PA, is helping to keep residents informed of the medical dangers that can come along with the moving process.
The main danger that comes along with moving comes from residents attempting to lift things that are too heavy for them. Overexertion of muscles often occurs in a hernia, a condition that occurs when muscles are suddenly strained with a large amount of force. This often comes in the form of lifting a large object from the waist, instead of bending at the knees. Residents are also advised that lifting objects that are too heavy for them may also result in sprains and strains in the spinal column.
In order to avoid injury, residents who are moving homes are advised to call Hammer's Moving & Storage's movers in Doylestown, PA. Their professionals are more experienced in lifting and moving heavy objects and thus carry less of a risk of injury or breakage when compared to an amateur mover.
Residents interested in employing the help of a local moving company are encouraged to call Hammer's Moving & Storage at 215-664-8268 or visit online at http://www.hammersmoving.com for a professional consultation.
About Hammer's Moving & Storage
Hammer's Moving & Storage is on a mission to change the moving process from headache-inducing to a happy one. Founded on the premise that a moving experience should be a positive one, Hammer's Moving & Storage is willing to go above and beyond for its customers, with services that include local and long distance moving, full-service packing, and storage.
Learn more at http://www.hammersmoving.com/.
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