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Episode 39: 5 Key Ergonomic Tips with Darcie Jaremey

Apr 18, 2017

Special gift for our Desk Jockey’s who Sit and Stand at work: Darcie’s biggest concern for the Desk Jockey: Misinformation on the Internet Darcie’s Top 5 Ergonomic Recommendations for Your Workstation For the Desk Jockey 1) Chair Familiarity: Make sure to adjust the chair to your specific height, size, lumbar support, etc. Make sure… read more »

Episode 38: The Dead Butt Syndrome

Apr 12, 2017

The Dead Butt Syndrome: Podcast Transcript Hey, desk jockeys. It’s Dr. Kevin Christie with another episode of the Modern Desk Jockey. Welcome to today’s show. I’m excited about it because we’re going to talk about the dead butt syndrome and I know many of you are probably wondering what the heck that is and where… read more »

Episode 37: The Research Supports Chiropractic Care with Dr. Jeff Langmaid

Apr 4, 2017

Dr. Jeffrey Langmaid of The Evidence-Based Chiropractor Study 1) Spine Journal: (2013) Adding Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy to Standard Medical Care for Patients with Acute Low Back Pain This research revealed 73% of participants that received both Chiropractic and Medical Care achieved Full resolution, were much better or were moderately better. Those who only had… read more »

Episode 036: Posture Correction Using The Upright Pro Trainer Wearable

Mar 28, 2017

Easily correct your screen-slouch with a tiny habit-forming wearable. Train, track and improve your posture for sustainable back health Check out the Upright Go Kickstart here: Upright Go wearable buzzes you in the back when you slouch

Episode 035: The Three Body Preparation Drills that will spare your Back, Neck and Shoulders

Mar 20, 2017

Body Preparation and Positioning Sternum Up- Keeping the sternum up automatically sets the body into good posture and maintains: a. Neutral Spine: Maintaining good spinal alignment decreases the stress placed on the spine and discs. b. Hip Hinging: Bending at the hips, and not the low back, decreases the stress placed on the low back… read more »

Episode 34: Meditation Made Easy in the Workplace, with Monty Moeller

Mar 14, 2017

Heralded as the first computer-controlled VibrAcoustic therapy that actually trains the brain to relax, the Theracoustic VibrAcoustic Wellness System™ makes it possible for even the busiest minds to achieve deep levels of meditation, regardless of skill level. To even further enhance the experience, the ZRO VibrAcoustic chair delivers an intense frequency treatment that uses specific,… read more »

Episode 32: Is Your Foot Pain Plantar Fasciitis?

Mar 1, 2017

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain in runners. It involves pain and inflammation of a thick band of tissue, called the plantar fascia, which runs across the bottom of your foot — connecting your heel bone to your toes. Plantar fasciitis causes stabbing pain that usually occurs with your… read more »

Episode 31: Your Cholesterol Matters Less Than You Think

Feb 21, 2017

The Cholesterol Hypothesis The cholesterol hypothesis is the prevailing theory on why human beings develop heart disease. It goes something like this; elevated total cholesterol and, especially, elevated LDL cholesterol, is the primary cause of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. Further, replacing saturated fat in the diet with vegetable oils lowers serum cholesterol and, therefore, lowers… read more »

Episode 30: Efficient and Effective Exercise Options at Your Workplace

Feb 15, 2017

Guest of the show: Julie Weidenfeld Fitness Snacking: 10 min exercise sessions 2-3 times per day. Key Muscle Groups to Focus On: Hip Flexors Glutes Core Stability Shoulders While sitting at the desk, periodically brace the abdominals and squeeze the shoulder blades together. Tip of the Day: Organized Walking Meetings Resource of the Month: Harvard… read more »

Episode 29: Recommendations for Airplane Travel with Low Back Pain

Feb 8, 2017

Experts estimate that as much as 80% of the population will experience a back problem at some point in their life and one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year. It is a growing issue in today’s society, and a main contributor is the increase in sedentary lifestyles. Back pain… read more »