Can Furniture Stand Alone?

 

“Every year 1.8 million U.S. workers experience work related musculoskeletal disorders, WRMDs, and nearly 600,000 of the injuries are serious enough to cause workers to miss work…” International Ergonomic Association

Ergonomic furniture alone cannot impact the muscular skeletal disorders (MSDs) and repetitive strain injuries (RSI) rampant in corporations without training the mind... Read More

The Art of Stopping

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That moment of movement- reaching for the mouse, keyboard, and phone - what are you doing with your body? In the moment you need to respond to someone asking you a question or who needs help - what are you doing with your body and is the verbal response automatic? If... Read More

Sciatica – Part 2

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Here is the promised #2 blog on Sciatica. When you have sciatica there are some things you can do to take the pressure off the nerve. The nerve is being compromised by compression on the spine. This compression includes the neck vertebrae and the weight of the head. If you are... Read More

Your Greatest Asset Are Your Employees!

I am seeing companies looking carefully at employee health and the benefits of providing wellness programs and activities to increase productivity, efficiency, and decrease downtime. Of course they know that by doing this their sales increase and over all profits as well.

It is important to discern the benefits of the different modalities of health and wellness care being... Read More

Posturing in Business is Important

Posturing in business is important. When you look at someone who has a slumped posture, shoulders rounded forward, and they are walking across the room to shake your hand, what is your impression about them and how does that handshake feel? They may be the nicest person, a very important and bright person, but their posturing is saying something... Read More

Pain, Pain, and More Pain

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"Studies found that an estimated 25.3 million adults (11.2 percent) experience chronic pain. Nearly 40 million adults (17.6 percent) experience severe levels of pain.  The analysis was funded by the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) and was published in The Journal of Pain."

In the world... Read More

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