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Avoiding a “Bag” Back

Avoiding a “Bag” Back

Summer is here, and many families will be taking vacations. To avoid back, neck and shoulder problems that often occur when carrying luggage, here are a few tips to keep your trip pain free. 1. Luggage does not have to be heavy to hurt you. Lightweight bags can cause...

Health Tips for Golfers

Health Tips for Golfers

Many golfers contort their bodies into oddly twisted postures, generating a great deal of torque. Couple this motion with a bent-over stance, repeat 120 times over three or four hours, add the fatigue that comes with several miles of walking, and you’ve got a good...

Office Ergonomics

Office Ergonomics

If you’re not careful, slouching at a desk all day or tapping away at a computer keyboard can lead to painful and disabling strains in your wrists, shoulders, elbows, neck and back. We used to believe that occupations like construction caused most injuries. However,...

Joint & Muscle First Aid

Joint & Muscle First Aid

When to Use Hot and Cold When musculoskeletal injuries occur, immediate application and continuation of first aid is vital. Delayed or incorrect first aid will slow the healing process by days, weeks, or even months. Remembering the acronym R.I.C.E. is a great help...

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