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

Read the full post

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

Read the full post

Why Is Spinal Health Important?
Why Is Spinal Health Important?

Having a healthy spine is vital if you have any intention of leading an active, comfortable life; and even if you do not, it's still a good idea to look after it. The spine does more than simply support you whilst you're standing up or sitting down, it connects

Read the full post

Christmas 2014 With Desktop Innovations
Christmas 2014 With Desktop Innovations

When it comes to giving Christmas presents it can be difficult to know what people will want. Do you get them something they will want? Or something they will need? At what point do you start to go with functionality over fun? Well what if we told you you

Read the full post

Brand Spotlight – Orangebox
Brand Spotlight – Orangebox

Winners of the Queen's Awards For Enterprise: International Trade 2014, Orangebox specialise in the development of modern office furniture, placing a particular emphasis on aesthetics and ergonomic functionality. Unlike the uncomfortable and uninspired pieces

Read the full post

RSI - Eye Strain Prevention & Treatment
RSI - Eye Strain Prevention & Treatment

In previous posts we have taken a broad look at eye strain, questioning what is eye strain and what its symptoms are. Being aware of and knowing about eye strain is very helpful, especially if you think you may be suffering from it, but it's all but meaningless

Read the full post