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Introducing REAS: Remote Ergonomics Assessment Specialist Certification

We're pleased to introduce our all new REAS: Remote Ergonomics Assessment Specialist Certification, an all-new certification track that gives you the skills you need to perform virtual office ergonomics assessments anywhere you have an internet connection! Learn more about REAS Here: https://bit.ly/2T4EaOl

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Office Ergo Breaks with Dr. Bob Niklewicz PT, DHSc, CEAS II “The Ergo Whisperer”

<p>Office Ergo Breaks- The “Chicken Neck”, “W” and “Gee” Exercises One of the most common questions asked about Ergo Breaks is “Which exercises should I do during the Ergo Break?” The second question is, “Do I have to do ALL OF THOSE???!” The short answer is “Yes, you do have to do them.” The longer<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/office-ergonomics/office-ergo-breaks-with-dr-bob-niklewicz-pt-dhsc-ceas-ii-the-ergo-whisperer/">Continue reading</a></p>

Tips for Those with Disabilities on the Always Stressful Moving Process

<p>Tips for Those with Disabilities on the Always Stressful Moving Process with Patrick Young of Able USA If you’re living with a disability, you don’t need anyone to tell you that normal, everyday life can be a lot more challenging. Moving &#8211; from finding the right property, packing up, physically moving, and getting settled in<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/successful-programs/tips-for-those-with-disabilities-on-the-always-stressful-moving-process/">Continue reading</a></p>

Ergo Breaks: “Motion is Lotion”

<p>Ergo Breaks: “Motion is the Lotion” with Dr. Bob Niklewicz PT, DHSc, CEAS II “The Ergo Whisperer” Review of the Basics:You have 209 bones in your body and where two bones meet is called a Joint. There are over 600 muscles and they do work by ONLY PULLING or shortening, they never push.    When muscles<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/ergo-breaks-motion-is-lotion/">Continue reading</a></p>