By James Makin
1. Get an ergonomic assessment of your working setup.Your chair, desk and screen height should be set up to minimise strain on you during the day. Working from a makeshift workspace can lead to bigger problems down the road if not dealt with. here is a link to the HSE health and safety legislation https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/safetywellbeing/healthsafetyand%20wellbeing/healthandsafetylegislation.html 2.
How to prevent back pain when standing. Hairdressers, stylists, therapists, chefs and alike all seem to face the same problems. For some it might be shoulder pain going into the head or to the hand, back pain or even leg pain – not to mention varicose veins. You need to ask yourself: Are you standing
Everyone at some point suffers from back pain whether its an 18 year old athlete training 6 days a week or an 80 year old grandfather walking the dog. The key to diagnosing back pain is identifying the nature of the injury and the cause. Once these are established through a thorough history taking and
I hear it on a weekly basis ! “I’ve got sciatica ” to which my response is always the same ! can you show me where the pain goes ?. Usually this is followed by a slight look of confusion and a general wave of the hand indicating leg pain. This is not through any