OrthoCarolina sends a physical therapist to help 107.9 The Link's Matt & Ramona get more comfortable in the studio with these ergonomics tips.
Lower back pain is a common ailment. Try these physical therapist-recommended stretches right at your desk chair to help.
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We know to warm up and strengthen the muscles before a workout, but we should be doing the same for our bodies as we prepare for a work day.
Work can be a pain. Whether in a car or at a desk, we know sitting can cause our bodies pain and discomfort.
We know we shouldn’t sit all day, but most of us have to make a living, which in many cases means we’re stuck at a desk – and in a chair – most of the day.
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We’ve been told over and over that sitting too much is highly detrimental to your health. The reality is that many of us have to sit at a desk for much of the day.
But does the fact that too much sitting is bad mean that investing in a standing desk is the best solution?
Activities and professions that require a lot of sitting can also result in a lot of pain. At the end of your day, try these stretches to get those sore muscles moving.
It’s not as well-known as its companion muscle the gluteus maximus, but the gluteus medius has an important job: to stabilize the pelvis and hips. Here's what to know about sitting.
Neck and low back pain is a prevalent issue in American society; up to 80% of people will experience low back pain in their lifetime. Particularly as our daily activities become more sedentary, we see that poor posture is the main contributor to neck and back pain. Here's your how-to guide for sitting at your desk.