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Posted by on Apr 22, 2016 in Blog |

Proper Postures

Proper Sitting Posture:

  1. Eyes at the center of Monitor.
  2. Elbows flexed between 70-90 degrees.
  3. Hip flexed at 90 degrees.
  4. Knees flexed at 90 degrees.
  5. Feet flat on the floor.
  6. Back straight and supported.

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Proper Lifting Technique:

  1. Proper balance and foot wear.
  2. Keep the weight close to center of the body.
  3. Keep the lower back arched.
  4. Lift from the legs.
  5. Activate transverse abs before lifting.


Proper Lifting

Proper Sleeping Form:

  1. Don’t sleep on stomach.
  2. Don’t sleep on chair or sofa.
  3. Don’t read or watch TV with head propped forward.
  4. Use a cervical pillow or a thicker pillow if you are sleeping on your side, and a thinner pillow if you sleep on your back.


Proper sleeping


Proper Driving Position:

  1. Keep hips, knees, and ankles at 90 degrees.
  2. Move the seat forward so the elbows are at 90, and wrist in neutral.
  3. Back against seat back, and headrest adjusted so it touches back of head lightly, without forcing the head into flexion.


My Own Back

So, I hurt my own back a few days ago due to prolong standing in a wrong way at work coupled with teaching my son how to bike, again, in bent position. I finally feel better today. I did therapies and exercises on myself and took no medication. Last time I took an Advil which masked the pain and I really hurt my back.

So now I use a stool for very treatment I render. People with back pain should also do the same when brushing teeth, washing dishes or what have you.  A little stool can go a long way….

Use Stool

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