Is Sitting Cross-legged Bad?
Many of us find ourselves sitting down with one leg crossed over the other. Whether it is for comfort, or to look better, most of us wonder about what effects this way of sitting has on our knees, legs and posture in the long run.
Dr Miten Sheth, Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at The Knee Clinic demystifies the good and bad of sitting cross-legged and provides us with useful tips regarding sitting down.
Read all about it here. “Fit & Proper: Is cross-legged sitting bad?”
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