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Working from home (correctly): Evidence based ergonomics and advice for patients


Fall risk rises for older adults before and after hospitalization


Yoga linked with improved symptoms in heart patients

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Connection recession: The practice of massage during a pandemic

Many RMTs reacted with incredulity at classification of “non-essential.” Others experienced and expressed moral distress in deferring patients in pain. Called to help, RMTs naturally believed they could and they should. They felt frustrated and demoralized when practice was strongly discouraged by the regulator. It was insult to injury when it was announced chiropractors and physiotherapists were deemed “essential” in providing “urgent” care. “Sit on your hands, and wait,” seemed to be our directive. » Here are some tips.