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A Season of Giving

In the spirit of the season, we are always searching for ways to give to others, but how are you giving to yourself this year?  When you have a long list of people to please, sometimes, getting into the holiday spirit can be challenging.  Parties to be planned, kids to be entertained, and the endless Read More

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Checking in with Dr. Blair

We recently spoke with with Dr. Betsy Blair, creator and chiropractor behind the Descaid phenomenon, to ask her a few questions about the product, and life beyond! 1) How did you form the idea for Descaid? As a chiropractor, I treated a lot of people who had aches and pains from spending so much time Read More

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Sitting in front of your computer

I know we’ve talked about this before, but it bears repeating. In years past when good ergonomic positioning was taught it was taught that a person’s hips, knees and ankles should all be at 90 degree angles. This was thought to be good positioning, so a good ergonomic chair was one that put you in Read More

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Thank you!!!

Thanks everyone for taking part in the great sale for Descaid! I hope you enjoy it! It teaches some basic movements, stretches, exercises to do while you are working on the computer and reminds you to do them. You can also do what others have done and use it to remind you of the 20/20/20 Read More

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Vision at the computer

Staring at a computer for hours can cause eye strain. If you are getting headaches, eye strain may be the cause. Be sure and start with an eye exam. There are things you can do to help prevent eye strain too! One thing to do is minimize glare whether it’s from outside or lighting inside. Read More

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What is the best chair?

Someone asked me today, what is the best chair for working at a desk? There isn’t one perfect chair for everyone. First of all, I would sit in different chairs and find out which one feels the most comfortable. It’s important to have good lumbar (low back) support for the natural curve we have in Read More

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Coming Soon!

Stay tuned to for a super opportunity for you and your family, friends and co-workers! In the mean time remember to MOVE! Sitting for long periods makes your muscles tight and stiff and can contribute to many illnesses including heart disease. It’s easier to prevent than to get rid of health problems. Thanks for reading!