Spine Support While at Work
Workplace factors that cause back pain include force, repetition and inactivity. Back pain afflicts about a quarter of adults every three months in the United States, but this matter is often overlooked. The lack of spine support can significantly hinder work productivity.
In this article, Michael D. Shaw emphasises on the importance of spine support in the workplace, and writes about how both employees and employers should act to achieve this.
Read more here. “Show Some Backbone: How You Can Support Spine Health in the Workplace”
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