If you have nagging neck, shoulder or upper back pain one place to start making changes is with the stuff you lug around daily.
And what you lug that stuff around in.
Yes ladies, I am talking about your bag. Continue reading “Is Your Bag a Pain in the Neck?”
I just listened to a podcast interview with an Alexander Technique Teacher who related a story about her student who had purchased brand new glasses. The student had paid several hundred dollars for them. They were the style of the moment with very small lenses.
And in order to look through the “sweet spot” and see clearly, the student had to put his head in an awkward position that created tension in his neck and pulled it off balance. The teacher had pointed this out to him.
Continue reading “Accommodation”
If you come into my office you will find my mouse to the left side of my keyboard.
I am right handed. But I purposely mouse with my left hand. Continue reading “Why I Learned to Mouse Left Handed”
We love our smartphones. Our mobile technology has tremendous advantages.
At the same time using the technology can literally be a pain in the neck.
So many people are experiencing neck, upper back and shoulder pain from excessive use of smartphones that doctors have given the syndrome a name—Text Neck.
Text Neck is affecting younger and younger people. CNN reported recently on a 14-year-old who has been diagnosed with the syndrome. Continue reading “Five Simple Tips for Using Your Smartphone”
Do you suffer neck, back or shoulder pain from too much computer work or texting?
Don’t blame it on the technology! Continue reading “Space”