Standing Can Reduce Back Pain?

standing to reduce back pain

Anyone who works at a desk for a living knows how difficult it is to maintain proper posture, and thereby avoid back pain as a result. Others, like truck drivers and sales people who spend long hours in the car or on planes also know this well. Prolonged sitting puts a strain on the lumbar region of your back, and this is of … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain, Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Truck Driver Back Pain Relief: Can Anything Be Done?

By Steve Hefferon, CMT, CPRS A survey we ran a few years ago showed trucking is one of the top five professions at risk of back pain. Besides the heavy lifting required of many drivers as they load and unload cargo, hours of full-body vibration while sitting behind the wheel of a big rig for hours at a time increase th … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Do You Love or HATE Your Job?

Your Answer MATTERS If You Have Back Pain!!! Do you feel stuck in a job you hate? These feelings of dread and lack of job satisfaction could be making your back pain worse … or even causing it in the first place. Researchers from the University of Western Australia found that among people who visited a doctor for back pain, … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

The 10 Jobs with the MOST Back Pain

Back-breaking labor doesn't always look like hard work. If you see someone bent over lifting or carrying a heavy load, you may assume their job causes back pain. Yet that's not necessarily true. You don't have to do hard manual labor to end up with serious back pain after work — even sitting still can do you in! The jobs w … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Back Pain At Work

The 7 Most Important Ways to Relieve It Whether you're sitting at a desk in front of a computer ... standing up serving customers and patients ... or lifting boxes from one spot to another for 8+ hours ... back pain at work can be a serious problem, even the bane of your existence! Back pain is actually second on the list o … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

5-Minute Office Stretch Routine (Part 2!)

  Recently I shared some quick stretching exercises designed to loosen up painfully tight muscles most office workers struggle with from time to time. Today I have several more exercises I forgot to include when shooting the first video, including THE most important stretch for every office worker who sits in … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

5-Minute Office Stretch Routine

  Back pain is a leading cause of disability and missed days at work. But there are many times when you simply have to push through the pain and get the job done, right? That’s why today I want to share a quick office stretch break routine with you including specific stretching exercises that’ll loosen up tight mus … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

How To Maintain Perfect Sitting Posture

sitting pain at the office

If you've ever suffered from back pain, chances are good you've been told your posture could be to blame. In fact, this advice precedes the back pain for many of us because dear old Mom used to say "sit up straight” or "stop slouching” all the time. Perhaps you rolled your eyes and reluctantly straightened your back fo … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work, Video
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Mid-Back Stretch to Fix the Office Chair Slouch

By Ryan Murdock and Adam Steer from www.shapeshifterbodyredesign.com You begin the day with the best of intentions. And then you get a stressful phone call that sets you off… You know what comes next. You hunker down to write that report. And the next thing you know you’re hunched over the keyboard like Quasimodo pining a … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work, Video
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,