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Addressing Back Pain While Working From Home

Addressing Back Pain While Working From Home With the recent transition from ergonomic office spaces to kitchen tables and living room couches, it is no surprise that back, neck, and shoulder pain can arise or worsen in this new working environment. Sitting for prolonged periods of time in the wrong position can place undue stress on spinal discs and muscles, causing you pain even after the work day has concluded. Therefore, it is important to evaluate and adjust your work space accordingly to meet your body's needs and improve your efficiency and safety. As a physiatrist, Dr. Howard Liss' training and expertise allows for him to provide an ergonomic assessment and recommend improvements that can benefit you and your back long-term. Below are a few tips relating to back pain while working from home.
 

Running Injuries - Prevention and Treatment

Running Injuries - Prevention and Treatment More than 40 million Americans run regularly, perhaps because it is such an easy sport to take up. Running not only results in good health but, unfortunately, often results in injuries. The vast majority of injuries are as a result of repetitive stress rather than a single traumatic event. A large percent of the injuries are attributed to an increase in running speed, duration, or to negotiating more challenging terrain too quickly. The overwhelming majority of running injuries can be successfully managed through nonoperative care which allows the majority of runners to continue to enjoy running. Below are some tips for injury prevention and about the management and treatment of common injuries.
 

 
 

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