Pandemic inactivity causing rise in injuries, say Alberta practitioners [CBC News]
By CBC NewsNews
The impact of poor ergonomic conditions as more Alberans work from home is also something being treated far more often by Calgary chiropractor Jamila Abdulla, a council member with the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors.
“People are working on their bed or on their sofa,” Abdulla said. “And of course they’re coming in with more headaches, more shoulder pain, more back pain from hunching forward … I’m seeing a lot of carpal tunnel because they’re working on their small laptop instead of a nice big desk with a real keyboard.” | READ THE FULL STORY
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