As an office worker who is desk bound for majority of their working day you are prone to experiencing lower back, shoulder, neck & elbow pain.
Category: Upper Limb Issues
Do you have pain in your wrist as you’re working at the desk? Or when you’re pressing down through your hands to get up off the ground or seat? Think you might have carpal tunnel?
A global problem amongst many, texting thumb is the result of repetitive muscle strain.
Tennis elbow refers to lingering pain at the common extensor region of the elbow, located on the upper, outside of the forearm end of the elbow, where a number of tendons attach.
The position of the shoulder blade is quite different to the rounded protracted shoulders in the last article.
Exercises addressing the most common shoulder problem – rounded and protracted shoulders. The shoulder complex consists of the humerus, scapula, clavicle and the ribs. All
When you have neck pain it is important to look at your upper back posture and shoulder positioning.