Common Computer Work and Related Injuries

Angela Mackenzie, RMT, discusses Computer Work and Related Injuries

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Angela Mackenzie, RMT, discusses Computer Work and Related Injuries
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Featuring Angela Mackenzie, RMT
Computer Work and Related Injuries
Duration: 41 minute

Massage therapists see people that have problems due to sitting at the computer.

Where we notice that in the body is in the neck and the head, particularly with a head-forward posture, the shoulders and low back from compression of the discs due to prolonged periods of sitting, and massage relieves tension in those areas of the body and those muscle groups and improves circulation, relieving those symptoms.

Presenter: Angela Mackenzie, Massage Therapist, Vancouver, BC

Local Practitioners: Massage Therapist

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