RE: [OT] [TOOLS] Ergo stuff update

Subject: RE: [OT] [TOOLS] Ergo stuff update
From: mlist -at- safenet-inc -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 16:16:51 -0400

Chris Christner
> FYI: Keeping a wallet in your back pocket can cause
> backaches.

That normally results in sciatic problems, thus a pain
in the butt... er, patootie... and shooting down one leg.
It's mostly the imbalance that's the problem. Your tilted
pelvis puts unbalanced pressure on the disk at L5 and
one or the other sciatic nerve gets trapped/pinched.

Fortunately, my employer's almost non-existent dress-code
allows me to wear cargo pants (cargo shorts in summer)
so I can leave back pockets empty.

Even when I do carry a wallet there, I've started using
a little "Amphipod" pouch to carry some essential cards,
keys, etc. Thus the wallet under one cheek and the Amphipod
under the other keep me on an even keel. Then when I go
running, the keys and emergency ID are in the pouch, ready
to go.

> Here's a
> pretty good page ( on back care

Not a bad summary.

There's much more comprehensive info (and misinfo and partial
info) to be had. Caveat patootie.


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