Is working from home (WFH) not working out for you? Has the circuit breaker broken you? In fact, productivity as a result of WFH has increased by 47%, according to a research done by Forbes magazine. Companies such as Twitter and Fujitsu have even gone as far as making WFH a permanent option. Here are…

                                                                               Today we take the opportunity to welcome a new physiotherapist to the team. Laura O’Byrne who…

At PhysioActive a very large percentage of our clients present with musculoskeletal injuries. This includes neck- and shoulder pain, lower back pain, headaches and elbow and/or wrist pain as the result of work related injury. Common patterns of complaint are morning stiffness for 15-30mins after getting out of bed and progressive muscle tension towards the end…

Office workers are at an increased risk of musculoskeletal problems, which has been shown by numerous research articles. 73% of office workers report one or more musculoskeletal symptom (Institute of Occupational Medicine 2007). The research shows that the most commonly reported symptoms are problems with the eyes, head, neck, shoulders and back. It also shows that neck,…