As we look a the world that was and the world today, many will say things have changed for ever while others will say the world has changed a little. When you are dealing with occupational pain, the world sometimes does not matter as you are hurting, but note that you are in control. Occupational … Continue reading Resilience in a Post-Covid world. Stopping the occupational pain.
So far we have started to look at our daily occupations and the impact they have upon perception of pain. When we are faced with pain, some feel that cannot make it another day with some type of drug legal or illegal. When we think of our perceptions to anything, how much if that is … Continue reading Resilience and Occupational Pain
If you read or study anything associated with the human body development, you would realize we come into the world with great flexibility and leave with great stiffness. By age 30 some theories state you start to loose fluid in certain structures resulting in loss of height and range of motion. When you combine this … Continue reading Occupational Pain and Age
The start of a new year and many look to go to a gym and eat healthy. Those are all well but what about cleaning our the clutter both physically, financially and mentally? As you take down the holiday decorations try not to put the old things back or at least not all the items. … Continue reading 2019 a new start!
As we close out the year we look to start new habits and end old ones we think are not healthy. We just spent a month over stuffed with food and sitting still and soon the gyms will be packed for the first 2 weeks in our attempt to exercise. When we think about occupational … Continue reading End of year occupational pains
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