Tech neck, often called text neck, is a modern woe we’ve all encountered but perhaps not fully grasped. In this blog, we’ll delve into the world of tech neck, exploring its impact, unraveling its mysteries, and discovering how you can shield yourself from its subtle yet significant effects.
By implementing a few ergonomic adjustments in your workspace, you can reduce the risk of office-related discomfort and injuries, promoting a productive and pain-free work environment.
Check out these resources for creating comfortable and ergonomically correct workstations for children.
Correcting bad posture is a continuous process that requires mindfulness and regular exercise, but the benefits for your overall health and well-being are well worth the effort.
Did you know that picking the right pillow for your body type and sleeping position can greatly impact how well you sleep?
Faulty computer habits can have painful consequences. Neck pain, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome and many other conditions can result from poor workstation setups.
Backpack Basics for Healthier Kids As the new school year begins, kids are once again strapping on their backpacks. And it’s not just kids; adults are also backpacking computers, personal items and even using backpacks as their briefcase. When used properly, the backpack can be a great way to carry items during the school day […]
For kids of all ages, back-to-school shopping typically includes picking out the perfect backpack. Every year brings new trends in colors, designs and popular cartoon or video game character depictions. The bag your student chooses will be with them everyday for the entire school year, so of course it’s important to let them pick something […]
Identifying early signs and symptoms of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs) can lead to a quicker and more prompt recovery. Most of the time, catching these early on results in minimal required medical intervention and the employee will return to work with full function. Pain is the most common symptom associated with WMSDs. In some cases, […]
Ergonomics is the science of fitting the job to the person, rather than requiring the person to conform to the physical parameters of the job.