Decorating Safely this Holiday Season


Safety tips for holiday decorating go beyond inspecting light cords and watering your tree daily. It’s important to also take steps to avoid injuries by being mindful of physical safety and proper body mechanics, especially while lifting, climbing and reaching. Our clinics have been busy decorating for the holiday season and want to remind you to slow down and take care to avoid facing a decorating disaster this holiday season.

Queen Anne Physical Therapist and Clinic Director Amanda Scharen shares her top tips to keep you safe while setting up and breaking down your holiday décor this winter.

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