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By Gita Mikal, Registered Physiotherapist Neck pain is one of the most common complaints in people who work in an office or had a car accident. It is a musculoskeletal symptom that most experience to some degree at one point or another. The
Comprising of the muscles in your abdomen, hips, back, and chest, your core muscles not only connect your upper and lower body, but are involved in all kinds of movements you make, from mopping the floor to lifting an object to height. As a
The modern, sedentary lifestyle poses a number of health-related challenges. One big challenge is how to avoid assuming unhealthy positions that may lead to poor posture during long work hours sitting behind the desk and working with computer.
1. What are the common causes of neck pain? There are a number of reasons a person can experience acute or chronic neck pain. Some of the most common causes include: Sleeping in wrong position Sports injuries Poor posture Repetitive motion, such
A desk job might be ideal in many ways, you don’t have to fight cold or heat working outside and it may not be physical. But it has its own draw backs. Sitting at a desk for 8 hours a day can be a source of aches and pains. It is not uncommon
Improper Desk Ergonomics Can Strain Your Back and Neck Thornhill Chiropractor, Dr. Richard Collis, gives important tips for preventing neck & back strain due to improper desk ergonomics: ♦ Sit back in your chair so that the small of