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Author: Phillip Skinner

Do you suffer from neck and shoulder tension?

As we spend increasing amounts of time at our computer workstations, we need to be aware of how the design and arrangement of our equipment can impact our chances of injury.

 Computer ergonomics is the study and / or implementation of work station design with the purpose of reducing or eliminating physical stress.

 My interest in repetitive stress syndromes began approximately 10 years ago when my practice started seeing a much greater number of people suffering from the effects of computer work.

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Knee pain - One of the most common knee injuries with knee pain originating from the patella or kneecap. A common overuse injury and running injury.

 

Knee pain can be related to overuse where small stresses are placed a large number of times on knee without allowing adequate recovery, for example running too much too soon, or excessive jumping.

 

Or knee pain can be acute where the injury is caused by an impact or twisting of the knee such as an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

 

An overuse injury can also be considered to be acute if it is painful or inflammed.

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