Physiotherapist Sinéad Treacy talks about bad posture and how it can be treated. This a very common problem which can be successfully treated in most cases.
The annual ‘Exam Season’ has officially kicked off with almost 60,000 Leaving Cert students tackling the Oral Examinations in the last few weeks. In this blog our Chartered Physiotherapist in Newbridge, Co. Kildare, Ronan Buckley, gives us his tips on how to avoid exams becoming more of a pain than they need to!
Poor workplace posture is a major cause of back pain, workplace stress and can lead to repetitive strain injuries. This can result in poor employee health and low morale which will ultimately lead onto reduced productivity, lost time and higher business costs. Chartered Physiotherapist, Eimear Fox discusses the ins and outs of posture and ergonomics
Latest research demonstrates that a combination of sitting and standing at work greatly reduces the incidence of musculo-skeletal discomfort. The bottom line is postural variation at work is much better for the body and creates fewer painful areas.