Could my desk set-up at work be contributing to my back pain?

It is common for people who work in an office environment to experience back pain, neck pain or headaches. The way in which your workspace is set up (i.e. your desk ergonomics) may be a contributing factor as to...

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Back to school – How to choose the right school bag for your child

The right school bag - What to look for when buying a new school bag Ergonomic back packs best suit children entering school and returning to primary school. To find the right school bag that's best in size and fit,...

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What is Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a sideways bending of the spine. Normally when you look at a person’s spine it runs in a straight line. If you look at a person with scoliosis, their spine bends to the side in either a...

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Could you have Upper Crossed Syndrome?

What is Upper Crossed Syndrome? Upper Crossed Syndrome describes a common muscular imbalance in the neck, upper spine and shoulder girdle. It relates and contributes to poor posture, and is very common in those who spend a lot of time seated...

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What are ProKinetics? Could I benefit from wearing them in my shoes?

Prokinetics are a soft, non-invasive insole that are custom fitted and worn in your shoes to assist you with your posture, but they can also help with so much more. Prokinetics insoles have been designed around the latest kinetic technology...

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Your child’s posture may be more important than you think

Good posture promotes better breathing which leads to more air, more oxygen, and more brain food. This results in improved concentration, thoughts and ideas for ‘better learning.’ With the digital age upon us your child is exposed to increased risk...

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