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8 Ergonomic Tips For Using A Mouse

Unlike people in the movies who can accomplish amazing technological feats using their computer keyboards alone, those of us who use computers in the real world have to suffer through the indignity of using a computer mouse. This is bad news for us, as using

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Ergonomic Office Chairs - What To Look For
Ergonomic Office Chairs - What To Look For

Over a quarter of adults in the UK work in an office environment, and of that more than 30% will develop an RSI and 1 in 5 will suffer back strain or neck pains. Many think that by working in an office a person is unsusceptible to injury, but spending 8 hours

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Tendinitis - Symptoms & Treatment

Tendons are strong, flexible bands of connective tissue that connect muscles to the skeletal system and allow you to carry out your desired movements. In fact without these fibrous tendons we would be incapable of performing any kind of movement, desired or

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What Are The Properties Of Acrylic?

There are numerous monitor risers, laptop stands and other ergonomic accessories on desktop innovations, and you'd only have to visit a handful of our product pages before you began to notice that a great many of them are made from acrylic plastic. Acrylic

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What Is Spinal Stenosis
What Is Spinal Stenosis

One of the more common spinal injuries, spinal stenosis is caused by, or rather it occurs when,  the small spinal canal (the area of the spine which contains all the nerve roots and the spinal cord) becomes narrow and compressed. In a sense spinal stenosis

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The Anatomy Of The Spine
The Anatomy Of The Spine

The human spine is made up of 33 separate bones, called Vertebrae, connected together and held in place by muscles and ligaments. The connective muscles in the back can be split into two groups: 'Flexors' and 'Extensors', and both have their own important

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