How to Set Up a Home Workspace to Reduce Aches and Pains
Working from home has become a new normal for millions of people during the COVID-19 pandemic. But creating a comfortable, ergonomic home office space continues to be a challenge for many. A survey by Nulab, a software development company, found that around 72% of remote workers didn’t have a dedicated home office, and 40% weren’t using a desk.
7 Spine Center Physicians Named to 2021 SuperDoctors List
We are proud to announce that 7 of the world-class physicians at the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Comprehensive Spine Care have been named to the 2021 list of New York SuperDoctors, published as a supplement to The New York Times Magazine on May 9, 2021. This prestigious annual list honors physicians named by their peers as the very best in their field.
Dr. Singh’s Advice for Work-From-Home Spine Care
Dr. Jaspal Ricky Singh appeared on TRT World (Turkey) via Skype to talk about one of the pandemic’s health impacts: The transition to working from home is also tough on our spine.
“Is the pandemic ruining your back?”
Dr. Jaspal Ricky Singh, co-director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Comprehensive Spine Care, has been treating many patients for pandemic-related issues over the past year. Those fortunate enough to be able to work from home don’t always have optimal office set-ups, and the result can be pain and dysfunction in the back, hips, neck, and more.
“The best workout for back and neck pain”
According to Jaspal Singh, director of interventional spine in the department of rehabilitation medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, the first step in treating back pain is pinpointing what kind you’re dealing with.