Topic : Personal Trainer

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Whistle While You Work

February 21, 2014  | Article

Here’s a compilation of physical and mental activities — everything from stretching to rewiring — that can change your outlook and help you see that morning or midday cup of coffee as half full.

Keywords: customer service   ergonomics   healthy working   learning new techniques   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Age-Related Hearing Loss

December 25, 2013  | Article

It may not play a part in your life yet, but age-related hearing loss is likely to affect you or someone you love. Seek treatment early to avoid feelings of isolation and depression.

Keywords: aging nail technicians   healthy working   Personal Trainer   women's health  

Personal Trainer: Ganglion Cysts

October 15, 2013  | Article

Ganglion cysts, also called wrist cysts or dorsal tendon cysts, are fluid-filled lumps that form along the lining of the joints or tendons.

Keywords: ganglion cysts   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Respiratory Reactions

September 19, 2013  | Article

Studies done by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) consistently show allergens are present in the air of nail salons.

Keywords: allergic reactions   Personal Trainer   ventilation  

Personal Trainer: Arthritis

August 17, 2013  | Article

Though more than 100 types of arthritis exist, two are most familiar: osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic autoimmune disease. Osteoarthritis, on the other hand, is often referred to as a “wear-and-tear” disease. Because of the repetitive nature of their work, nail techs are at risk to develop this form of arthritis over the course of their careers.

Keywords: aging nail technicians   arthritic clients   common ailments of nail technicians   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Upper Back Trouble

June 20, 2013  | Article

On top of a full day at the salon, we ride in the car, sit at the computer, watch TV, and interact with our phones. It’s a full day of poor posture, where our shoulders are pulled forward instead of held straight. Avoid the pain that is likely to develop by strengthening and stretching the upper back muscles.

Keywords: back pain   common ailments of nail technicians   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Shoulder Pain

June 1, 2013  | Article

Shoulder pain is a common complaint among techs due to the nature of our posture: In a typical day, we can spend hours hunched over a desk or a pedi tub.

Keywords: common ailments of nail technicians   healthy working   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Wrist Tendonitis

April 30, 2013  | Article

Any time you see “itis” attached to a word, you know it means “inflamed” or “swollen.” Wrist tendonitis, then, is the inflammation of the tendons in the wrist. Though painful and potentially restrictive, tendonitis is reversible with adequate commitment to treatment and time.

Keywords: Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Neck Pain

March 20, 2013  | Article

While the strain on the neck may be an unavoidable drawback to the job, neck pain doesn’t need to be.

Keywords: common ailments of nail technicians   healthy working   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Lower Back and Hip Pain

March 1, 2013  | Article

Due to long hours in a seated position, often straining forward or at a twisted angle, it’s likely you will suffer lower back pain at some point in your nail career.

Keywords: back pain   common ailments of nail technicians   healthy working   Personal Trainer  

Personal Trainer: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

January 22, 2013  | Article

Addressed early, there are at-home prevention and management techniques for carpal tunnel syndrome, though in certain cases, surgery may be needed.

Keywords: carpal tunnel syndrome   Personal Trainer  

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