Physical therapist here. A proper examination of your knee should include several physical tests, to check stability (ligaments), muscular problems or inflammation (tendons). I would suggest going to a different physical therapist,…"
I am from Israel and looking to get a treadmill workstation being set-up at my home office.
Where did you get your treadmills if I may ask? Can you recommend a European dealer to me?
"Thanks a lot Sue - that makes sense.
I've heard from so many interesting people this week. One of them is Mia, a phd candidate at the Norwegian Sports College who is a planning a study on the effects of walking on thoughts and thought patterns.…"
"Getting clearance from my workplace was the toughest part. Fortunately, legal and human resources approved, with the only surprise being that they wouldn't allow modified equipment. (Which makes sense, I suppose.) So I had to scratch my plan of…"
If you're buying an office treadmill, you should be able to try before you buy. We're working to establish a network of distributors that will setup the treadmill and let offices try it for free for one week before…"
This is my first post on office walkers. I live in the UK and am very interested in setting up a treadmill desk at my office but have been nervous about taking the plunge because it's a fair bit of money. I also share my office with…"
I am a Swede living in the USA since 7 years. I am a beginner on treadmill desk. I started out walking 5 days after a snowboard accident when I sprained my ankle. The first day I walked 8 miles and had some pain, the day after that I walked…"
"Just 20 years ago, the electric sit-to-stand desks had the "that's really weird-factor". This equipment proved its usefulness, and now they're commonplace and default in most new offices here. I'm excited to see how the…"
"Hi Wesley, yes that is correct. If you think the price is high: Norway is the most expensive country in the world. The price is about the same as a high quality office chair. We do offer leasing plans for the product!"
"I started at 30 mins a day, and gradually increased to 2-4 hours a day. There's always a lot of sitting involved in a workday: meetings, lunch breaks etc, so effectively up to 4 hours a day. Protip: Use running shoes, they're padded, make…"