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Episode 53: How To Prevent The Over-Use Injury Cycle

Jul 24, 2017

The Cumulative Injury Cycle represents the process in which over-use injuries and pain may occur. This cycle is not limited to sitting or computer workstations, but anything you do repetitively. There is both the potential of the Chronic Cycle and the Inflammatory Cycle that we may suffer from when sitting for prolonged periods of time.…

Episode 52: Specific Foods to Eat to Fix Your Pain

Jul 17, 2017

Dr. Court Vreeland is back for the third time on the Modern Desk Jockey Podcast. This episode is a follow-up to Episode 49 In this episode Dr. Vreeland describes specific meals you can eat to help fix your pain via anti-inflammatory food.

Episode 51: Take Your Self-Functional Assessment to Fix Your Body

Jul 9, 2017

The Self-Functional Assessment is a digital based breakdown of some aspects of your body that may lead to pain or injury from prolonged sitting at the desk. You will receive a report giving you a detailed breakdown of the findings specific to you. Take your Self-Functional Assessment here!   Self Functional Assessment  

Episode 50: Muscle Activation Techniques with Kika Mela

Jul 2, 2017

Greg Roskopf’s Muscle Activation Techniques    Kika Mela’s Desk Sitting Exercises To Perform            

Episode 49: Fix Your Pain With Your Diet

Jun 26, 2017

The full written blog can be found here: Fats to Eat and Avoid this week!

Episode 48: Varidesk CEO, Jason McCann about Standing Desks [Revisited]

Jun 19, 2017

Varidesk What inspires us? We try to instill simplicity into everything we do. And we like to strive to remove the friction that exists between where you are physically and emotionally, and where you want to be. We are inspired by the pursuit of restoring balance between work life and home life, sedentary activity and…

Episode 47: Desk Ergonomics Revisited

Jun 11, 2017

Take Your Self-Assessment Here What is Ergonomics? The word ‘ergonomics’ comes from the Greek words ‘ergon’ which means work, and ‘nomos’ which means natural laws. Ergonomics can thus be defined simply as the natural laws of work. More specifically, ergonomics is the scientific study of designing the job and workplace to fit the worker, keeping…

Episode 46: Active Release Techniques

Jun 5, 2017 About Active Release Techniques® (ART®) Dr. P. Michael Leahy started Active Release Techniques® over 30 years ago. ART® began when Dr. Leahy was working with elite athletes as a way to treat soft tissue disorders so they could get back to peak performance as quickly as possible. Dr. Leahy studied engineering in the Air…

Episode 45: Understanding Your Shoulder Pain

May 29, 2017

3 Lines of Stability 1) Scapular (Shoulder Blade) Stability 2) Rotator Cuff 3) Labrum/Capsule S.I.T.S Muscles of Rotator Cuff 1) Subscapularis 2) Infraspinatus 3) Teres Minor 4) Supraspinatus Alternating Mobility and Stability of the Joints Thoracic Spine needs Mobility Scapula needs Stability Shoulder Joint needs Mobility elbow needs Stability Upper Crossed Syndrome Check out Episode…

Episode 44: Work From Home Ergonomics Made Simple

May 24, 2017

Thanks to improved remote working technology and 24/7 connectivity, employee demand for flexibility, and cost-savings opportunities, 60 percent of companies offer to telecommute, working remotely from home on an occasional or regular basis, according to the latest benefits survey from the Society for Human Resource Management. Two decades ago, only 20 percent of companies offered…