posted on Jul, 14 2012 @ 03:57 PM
Not been around recently for a number of issues but I'll save that story for another day. Unfortunately, I've found myself in a position of late where
I've had to take time off work following a back injury; I lifted a coffee table probably weighing no more than 2Kg and basically fell to the floor in
agony, fighting back tears.
I'm currently undergoing physio, I've been to the doctors 3 times now and also sought independent advice. Getting a bit sick of being immobile if Im
Anyway, the purpose of this thread wasn't for me to vent my frustration - enough of my family have already felt that anger.
Through my own research and self opinion, I seriously believe a lot of my lower back issues come from my posture. Now bear in mind that I'm only young
in comparison to the majority of members on here and I'll happily admit that "Posture at work" reports I receive on a monthly basis through H&S
briefings are something I've never taken any notice too.
Just a quick note really to say, whatever your age, have a look at your posture and if it can be improved, then do so ASAP. If I can get this being
nearly mid 20's then anyone can...
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