> Anatomy of lower back
> Back pain risk factors
> What is low back pain?
> Non-specific low back pain
> Sciatic nerve trapped
> Disc prolapsed
> Inflammatory backaches
> Back pain prognosis
> Sport injuries
> Neck pain
> Pregnancy backache
> Postural abnormality
> Work related injuries
> Tendonitis, bursitis
> RSI, arm, hand
> Pre/post operation
> Exercise Class
Musculoskeletal conditions that our chartered physiotherapists treat:
Low Back Pain, Disc degeneration, Pregnancy backaches, Arthritis, Whiplash, Sciatica Nerve Trapped, Headache, Pain, Stiffness, Tennis Elbow, Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), Tendonitis, Osteoarthritis, Postural abnormality, Pre/Post Operation Rehabilitation, ACL Rupture, Hip/Knee Replacements, Ligament Cartilage Tear, Shin Splints, Ankle Sprain, Muscular Tear, job related injuries, aging
Office Ergonomics & On-Site Physiotherapy in London & Kensington
Ergonomics is the study of how a workplace and the equipment used there can best be designed for comfort, safety, and prevention of work related injuries.
An on-site physiotherapist with adequate experience and training in ergonomics will induce those factors to businesses employees and staff in London to prevent work related injuries.
Kensington physio practice offers professional and an on-site physio service to prevent work related injuries for employees in Kensington and London. Poor sitting posture, overuse and inefficiently designed workspaces are major causes of work related injuries such as neck-shoulder problems, backaches, headaches, rsi and stress that are the main reasons for lost work time.
Currently about 70% of the work force in London sits in front of computers. With so much work being done in seated position and in front of computer our creative chartered On-Site physio is of greater importance than ever before. Today, most jobs in London require people to perform in seated or uncomfortable position for long periods. Therefore, Kensington On-Site physio in London could help patient with proper sitting posture and prevent possible work related injuries.
Ergonomic tips to prevent work-related injury
(support lumbar curve)
Thigh Behind the Knee
(minimal bend at the wrist)
Area Behind the Knee
(not touching seat pan)
(flat on floor or footrest)
0-20 degrees below horizontal line of sight (slightly below eye level).
Screen should be free of glare and should tilt and pivot.
London physiotherapy now covering Kensington W8, Chelsea SW3, SW10, Notting Hill Gate W11, Hammersmith W6, Shepherds Bush W12, South Kensington SW7, Cromwell road, Knightsbridge SW1, SW3, SW 10, W2 in association with Fitness First gym club for all physiotherapy services.
Private Physiotherapy On-Site Physiotherapy London