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Improving Posture Could Save America Millions in Healthcare

New Fairfield Ergonomics

As a child, you were probably told a few times to “Stand up straight!”, “Sit up straight!” or my favorite "Stop Slouching!" Good posture isn't really about being “straight”. The basis for good posture is a “neutral and balanced” position that minimizes asymmetrical strain on the various joints of the body. That means that we ...

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What Everyone Else does for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome but You Should do Different

New Fairfield Hand Pain

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway on the palm side of your wrist made up of several bones and ligaments. The nerve which controls sensation and movement in the thumb and first three fingers, called the median nerve, travels through this passageway along with tendons to both the fingers and thumb. If the median ...

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Good Computer Ergonomics Could Help Millions of Americans

New Fairfield Ergonomics

Good computer ergonomics – our posture when we sit at our workstations – is important for children as well as for adults. According to a New York Times article, over 70% of America's 30 million elementary school students use computers. With the IT world we live in, the 30% that don’t soon will. While this ...

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Are Your Shoulders Attached to Your Earlobes? Get Relief for Neck Pain!

Neck Pain New Fairfield

If you think about the mechanics of your neck, you'll realize it's not surprising how easily it can be injured. It has amazing flexibility, is constantly on the move, has very little muscular support, but has to support the 14 - 16 pounds of your head. It is like balancing a bowling ball on a ...

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