A message for HR directors in lockdown!

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Do you have any questions that I can help with?​

Let me help you stop your staff screwing up their backs while they work from home!

I’m getting lots of people contacting me who are working from home and who have switched from their ergonomic workstation in the office, to a laptop on the sofa or at the dining table. And they’re starting to hurt: neck pain, back pain, RSI – all injuries that can become chronic.

We’re in this for the longer term – we now know that this won’t be a short-term lockdown; and as an HR director, you still have a duty of care to your staff even though the staff are now working from home.

Please let me help.

I’ve created a presentation on how office workers can avoid screwing their backs up while working from home, and I’d like to help you meet your duty of care by doing a live call for your staff, tailored for your company and your company’s issues, with a Q&A session at the end.

Things we’ll cover:

  • how to optimise tissue health to stop you getting sick
  • how to reduce back pain and anxiety
  • the importance of keeping moving
  • how to set up your workstation and what equipment is best
  • how to find your best posture
  • what you can do to help yourself if your back does go wrong

The talk also comes with a resource pack to remind the staff of what I’ve said and where find further information; and access to advice and exercise videos to keep them on top form.

If you are in HR and need help, or if you’re working from home and your HR team aren’t being proactive with this stuff, please contact me at admin@nellmead.com and let’s discuss how I can help you and your team to avoid screwing up your backs during the lockdown.

Do you have any questions that I can help with?

Treatment goes on

(but it's now online)

Due to the “London lockdown” I have had no alternative but to close the doors to my new clinic. I will be constantly reviewing all government updates and will let you know as soon as anything changes.

The good news

The good news is that, although the treatment room has had to close, this doesn’t mean that treatment has to stop.

It is really important all my patients do not lose momentum in their recoveries and I am glad to say I have a number of solutions to ensure I can carry on providing the best treatment possible:

  • Physiotherapy treatment: switching to online
  • Keeping in touch: email me!  I’m contacting my patients regularly
  • Online Training, Pilates and Yoga
  • Advice on how can you help yourself and stay healthy