Exercises To Counter "Text Neck," And Other Chronic Conditions From Our Technology

detox your emfs Feb 08, 2018

by Sophia Ruan Gushée

 

Our necks, thumbs, arms, and spine are suffering from our modern use of technology. For example, "text neck" is becoming a medical issue, as the New York Times reported in its article "Keep Your Head Up: How Smartphone Addiction Kills Manners and Moods."

Thursday 2018 February 8 at 1:00PM EST, I'm on Facebook Live with Lizz Smith, who incorporates both Eastern and Western disciplines into her physical therapy. To supplement Detox Your EMFs: The Ultimate 21-Day Digital Detox (the next one starts Feb 26!), Lizz will share tips on exercises we can do at home after a long day on our cell phones, laptops, and computers.

Counterbalancing our body's repetitive motions during the day may be as important as flossing your teeth!

DETAILS

Time: 1:00PM EST. Click here for this conversion into your time zone.

Date: Thursday 2018 February 8

Place: Sophia's Facebook Page

Your Participation: Watch, ask questions, comment, or share with friends and family!

With over 20 years of experience, Lizz specializes in orthopedics, treating patients with muscle imbalance issues, overuse injuries, post operative treatment and preoperative preparation. In recent years, she has expanded her practice to include Active Release Technique, cupping (moving and stationary) and aromatherapy. 

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