The end of summer can be a bummer. Students and educators go back to school after a long, lazy summer break. Many people drag themselves back to work after a luxurious Labor Day weekend vacation. Making matters worse are the headaches, neck pain and back pain attributed to postural strain at work or school. Postural strain occurs from sitting for prolonged periods with poor body posture, slumping over a laptop, or slouching under the weight of a heavy backpack.
Living Touch Massage has a couple tips to help you maintain excellent posture through long study sessions or long office hours getting through last minute end of year projects at work:
Plan to take a proactive approach to avoiding pain and discomfort by scheduling a fall therapeutic massage with Rita Scholl at Living Touch Massage in Bemidji. Rita will take the time to discuss your daily activities, posture concerns and symptoms, and design a customized massage plan. Regular massage therapy can help relieve muscle pain and promote good body posture; getting you back and neck into shape and functioning to your full potential at school or work. Click here to learn more about the services we offer and what would best meet your needs.
Give your sitting work area a makeover with this visual guide to office ergonomics from Mayo Clinic.
Schedule an appointment today! Contact Rita online or call or text (218)-368-2964.