Back pain is a common complaint for people who sit for prolonged periods, especially when this is done with poor posture. Since students spend so much time sitting in class, reading or working on computers; a lot of students will experience back pain and/or neck pain at some point during their academic career. This is made a lot worse by the use of mobile phones and iPads during their recreational time. A lack of exercise (or overly physical, strenuous exercise) adds to the possibility of experiencing back pain.
To help reduce the possibility of experiencing back and neck pain, we hold workshops that cover the following;
- Set up of PC/laptop/iPad for reduced strain on your back and neck
- Simple stretches to relieve tension on tight/aching muscles
- Simple exercises that can be done at home (no equipment required) that can counter the effects of poor posture and hours sat studying
- What to do in breaks from studying
You would also be very welcome to come into the clinic
for a FREE 15 minute postural and spinal check.
Just contact us on 0113 228 9888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more details or to book in for one of our FREE workshops.