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When Is Standing Too Much?

When Is Desk Standing Too Much? The new craze in standing at your desk has many asking if standing is for them, and how long should they stand for? Does everyone need a standing desk? I have had the opportunity to interview the CEO of Varidesk and the developer of another sit-to-stand option on my […]

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How The Golf Pro Fixed His Low Back Pain

In May of 2017 Bob, who is a Boca Raton golf teaching professional hurt his low back significantly doing some yard work around his house. The low back pain was not only hampering his daily routine, but he was struggling to perform his job as the golf professional. His job working with golfers requires physical […]

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Health and Fitness for the Desk Jockey

In November I had the pleasure of interviewing three local fitness experts to determine their most valuable tips for the desk jockey to stay healthy. We are all well aware that prolonged sitting can be detrimental to your health, but what can you do to stay healthy if you have a desk job? Here is […]

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Fitness Fundamentals to Prevent Low Back Pain

In October, I investigated the topic of fitness training and prevention of low back pain with a few of the leading fitness professionals in Boca Raton, FL. I was able to interview Matt Close of Pure Health & Fitness, Paul Christopher of Gravity & Oxygen Fitness, and Wade Waddick of Evolution Fitness and they provided […]

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Is Your Altered Breathing Pattern Causing Your Pain?

Not many people realize it, but the way you breathe can impact you from a musculoskeletal perspective. It can lead to neck pain, core stability issues, low back pain, and other issues.   From a trusted resource, ChiroUp, which provides many resources in its white paper on this topic.   “Patients with dysfunctional breathing may […]

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Injury Prevention for Baseball Pitchers and Throwers

I often get youth baseball pitchers/throwers come in for examination and treatment of shoulder and elbow injuries. It has become quite a prevalent issue, so I spent a few weeks interviewing some of the local South Florida Experts in this field. The goal is to find out how to prevent these injuries before they become […]

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6 Keys To Desk Sitting Injury Prevention

I discuss with many desk workers and corporations on how to avoid the ill-effects of sitting. The effects can be physically, internally, emotionally, etc. For the sake of our work, we focus on the musculoskeletal aspect. I have put together a 6-Part strategy you can easily implement in your daily routine to achieve optimal health […]

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Injury Prevention for Runners

For eleven years I have focused a lot of my attention in practice on injury prevention for runners. There are many key aspects in the prevention of running injuries, but always keep in mind that injuries can still occur. It is a hard sport and has high physical demand on the body. We can implement […]

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What is Active Release Techniques?

This is a podcast transcription from The Modern Desk Jockey that we host each week. Please forgive the grammar and transcription errors. For quick access to the podcast episode click here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-modern-desk-jockey/id1139780808?mt=2 Hey desk jockeys, it’s Dr. Kevin Christie with another episode of the modern desk jockey. Today I will be discussing Active Release Techniques. […]

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Home Office Ergonomics

Proper Home Office Ergonomics Thanks to improved remote working technology and 24/7 connectivity, employee demand for flexibility, and cost-savings opportunities, 60 percent of companies offer to telecommute, working remotely from home on an occasional or regular basis, according to the latest benefits survey from the Society for Human Resource Management. Two decades ago, only 20 […]

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