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HUMAN RESOURCES
fashion, choose quality footwear
with good arch support. And don’t
get shifty! Most people put the
majority of their weight on the
leg that feels most comfortable
to them, which wreaks havoc
on your body. Develop an equal
opportunity mindset: treat both
legs the same. Your body will be
grateful.
6. Give yourself a lift. If your job
(or that of a co-worker) entails
repeatedly lifting more than ten
pounds, it’s imperative that you
put these pointers into practice
ASAP. Your body ought to be able
to handle repeated lifting tasks
without pain or injury—it’s the
With every $300 coffee or
muscle imbalances and postural
misalignments that eventually lead
office products order,
to problems.
7. Lighten your load. Finally, reduce
you can now get soda,
your stress level, which creates
tight muscles and lowers your
snacks, water, or gas...
pain tolerance. Everything from
deep breathing to a walk around
the block, to talking out your
frustration with a trusted colleague
or HR professional, can help.
When it comes to staying healthier
and more flexible on the job, your
colleagues will be delighted to know
you’ve got their back!
Adapted from Back Pain at the Office by Jesse
Cannone
Call 800-368-0808 or
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 ThinkBusiness April 2009 
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