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At home for a year, office workers complain of aches, pains and Zoom fatigue

As a physiotherapist, Matthew Laing is seeing first-hand the consequences for many people who have been working from home for nearly a full year because of the pandemic.He says he frequently hears the same complaints from clients: neck, back and shoulder pain that bothers them throughout the day because they’re stuck and not moving.”I’ve…

Lung cancer symptoms: The simple finger test to find out if you’re at risk of the disease

If you already have a chronic cough, do pay attention to whether it has become worse – and if any blood is coming up.A person may also suffer from breathlessness, repetitive chest infections, chest or shoulder pain, and/or loss of appetite.The loss of appetite may also be accompanied by “unexplained weight loss”, meaning you’re not exercising more…

Work-from-home routine: What shoulder and neck pain could indicate

For a long time now, many people across the country have been working remotely. But the work-from-home schedule has not exactly been as comfortable as it was expected. Close to a year now, people have started to realise that the home space lacks a certain discipline that office cubicles and desks provide. As such, many have complained of neck and shoulder

How to get the upper hand on an aching shoulder

With so many of us working from home, it’s bad news for shoulders. With the greatest range of movement of any of our joints, this part of our body is susceptible to a variety of aches and pains, and hunching over a laptop for hours won’t help. But can DIY fixes work? ADRIAN MONTI asked experts to assess products for sore shoulders, and we rated

Head, shoulders, knees and toes: the best stretches to see off aches and pains

Working on a laptop in bed all day can be ruinous for your shoulders, back and overall wellbeing. “Your back won’t be supported very well,” says Fiona Houston, a physiotherapist and the founder of Physio Inverness. “It will be slumped. Plus, if your legs are stretched out in front of you, you’ll be putting strain through your nervous system.”

Arthroscopic subacromial decompression may not improve shoulder impingement at 5 years

Published results showed patients with shoulder impingement syndrome who underwent arthroscopic subacromial decompression had no clinically relevant improvements at 5-year follow-up compared with diagnostic arthroscopy or exercise therapy.Researchers randomly assigned 210 patients 35 to 65 years of age who…

Liposomal bupivacaine may help control pain after shoulder surgery

Use of liposomal bupivacaine in an interscalene nerve block effectively controlled pain after outpatient shoulder surgery, according to results presented at the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Annual Meeting.Brian L. Badman, MD, and colleagues randomly assigned 78 patients who…

A ‘Stunning’ Alternative Rx for Arthritic Joints?

THURSDAY, Nov. 19, 2020 — A procedure that “stuns” pain-sensing nerves might offer relief to people with severe arthritis of the hip or shoulder, a small, preliminary study suggests.
The procedure is a form of radiofrequency ablation, where… …

For better posture and toned neck muscles, do shoulder shrugs at the gym

Shrugging your shoulders might literally showcase your indifference towards something but when it comes to gyming, this term takes a whole new meaning.  Yup, if you are a gym regular then you must know how important doing shoulder shrugs are – especially, when you are striving for that accentuated collar and traps aka trapezius muscle. But
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