Too young for a slipped disc?

Wednesday, 18 December 2013 14:57
Slipped or herniated discs in the lumbar spine are perhaps more associated with the “middle aged” rather than the young, but be warned! The disc refers to the intervertebral discs that lie between each vertebra of the spine. They join the spinal bodies together and enable spinal movement, but very importantly they act as shock…

Quick Tip:

Tuesday, 10 December 2013 15:54
QUICK TIP: Do you get lower back pain or neck pain when seated at your desk? The first thing to check is that your knees are slightly lower than your hips. This will improve your seated posture immediately and also transfer weight through your legs to the floor instead of through your lower back.If when…

Neck pain at your desk?

Tuesday, 05 November 2013 15:58
If you suffer with neck pain your workstation setup can very easily cause an increase in your symptoms. Ensure your monitor is directly in front of you at a distance of approximately 70cm (or about an arm’s length) and raised so that the top of the screen is at eye level. If the symptoms continue…
Our 50 page DSE legislation & guidance manuals are provided free of charge when you attend our DSE assessor training course. However, they are now available to purchase directly. It is a step by step guide to everything you need to know regarding the DSE legislation, minimium standards, how to carry our DSE Assessments, and…
The Pinewood Hotel, Wilmslow Road, Handforth Date: 19th November 2013   DSE Training is a very important part of any offices Health & Safety policy and at least one member of staff within every company should be DSE trained. Our one day DSE Assessor training courses are the perfect way to get a good grasp…
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