Avoid low back pain with a correctly positioned office chair part 3

//Avoid low back pain with a correctly positioned office chair part 3

Avoid low back pain with a correctly positioned office chair part 3

In my last post I spoke about how to avoid low back pain with a correct positioned office chair and today I want to continue that theme by showing you how to adjust the back of your office chair.

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I deliver a talk called “Aches and pains and how to avoid them” which is a great talk for companies looking to show their employees how they can work towards helping themselves.

Employee absenteeism due to back pain is one of the major causes of sick leave.  However, there is a lot that your employees can do and my new guides will show them how.

If you have the responsibility of managing staff absenteeism and/or cost reduction and you want to consider your own in-house health service in Edinburgh call the Active-X offices on 0131 221 1415 and they will put you through to me.

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About the Author:

Clinic Director and Osteopath. Gavin graduated as a Gold Medallist in 1991 and is now a Vice Patron of the British School of Osteopathy. Co-author of “The Back Book” with Gavin Hastings OBE in 1996, he has an MSc in The Clinical Management of Pain from the University of Edinburgh, and is currently working on a new book. He's passionate about helping to move people as far from illness and pain as possible, and in January 2015 set himself the target of helping a million people get a better back.

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