Pain and Posture
Live or pre-recorded option
No. of Participants
Live = 100
Pre-recorded = No limit
Chronic pain is a prevalent issue – based on data from a recent review, it affects between 35-51% of the UK population, and this problem is likely to continue to increase in accordance with our ageing population.
Desk-based workers are especially vulnerable to the development of work-related musculoskeletal disorders due to prolonged computer usage, which can range anywhere from 6-12 hours a day.
As a precursor to our Structural Health course, this Pain & Posture training is a first step to help protect your employees from the development of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) linked to poor work practices and suboptimal lifestyle choices.
The training provides a basic introduction to the key indicators of a healthy musculoskeletal system, signs, and symptoms of imbalance, and effective prevention strategies to mitigate risks of chronic pain due to MSDs.
The Goal outcomes of this session is to increase awareness around unhealthy habits and work practices that contribute to the development of MSDs and support employees to implement daily changes. Learning Outcomes
- Identify signs and symptoms of musculoskeletal imbalance.
- Assess current work practices to mitigate risks.
- Learn how to implement self-care practices to improve structural health.
Any member with an interest in learning various tools and techniques on how we can look after ourselves to promote positive posture and prevent any injury.
Hear from past participants of our workshops
“One of the best courses I have done this year. Really enjoyed it and experiencing it virtually did not take away from the content at all.”
“They tailored a workshop to our needs at the time, and gave us multiple choices and ideas. The training given was of a high standard and delivered by an expert in the area. I highly recommend Zevo Health.”
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