Category Archives: Ergonomics

Improving Ergonomics

One of the services that my San Diego Chiropractic Clinic offers is ergonomic evaluations of my patient’s work stations.  Some of the work stations that I evaluate are absolutely, without question, injury provoking.  Improving ergonomics is critical for preventing work … Continue reading

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Better Posture

Sit Up, Stand Tall! We have all heard these commands from a parent, grandparent, teacher or our doctors in an effort to get us to have better posture.  I remember hearing this command when I was a kid and I … Continue reading

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Better Ergonomics

Have you ever noticed how tight and painful your neck, upper back and shoulders are after a long day of sitting at the computer?  Better ergonomics can help you avoid much of this pain and tightness.

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Medical Myths

In my San Diego Chiropractic clinic, I hear medical myths regarding health and fitness all the time.  The one that I hear most often doesn’t have anything to do with neck pain or back pain – it has to do … Continue reading

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Computer Ergonomics

The study of computer ergonomics tells us that the objects that we use most often should be located closest to your body and accessed easily, without awkward body positions or movements. Repeated reaching or prolonged fixed postures that involve leaning … Continue reading

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Repetitive Stress Injuries

In addition to neck pain, back pain and headaches, my San Diego chiropractic office provides treatment for many patients with various types of repetitive stress injuries. This post will continue from where the last one left off and will describe … Continue reading

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Treating Arm Pain

Have you ever slept on your arm and had it fall asleep? Imagine if it just felt like that all the time.  Since the nerves that control the arm come from the neck, treating arm pain always includes treating the … Continue reading

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