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  • Top 5 Workplace Relaxation tips

    Dec 23, 2016

    In any line of work a bit of pressure can help to keep staff motivated and engaged towards achieving a company’s goals. However, constant and excessive pressure can produce negative results in workers if they start to feel as if they are unable to cope and become stressed out. This is why learning some work relaxation techniques can be beneficial to negate the effects caused by stress in helping you to slow down, conserve energy, and keep a healthy perspective in your workplace.

    Here are our top 5 workplace relaxation tips for you to try out:

    1. Stretching
    One easy way to combat stress at work and help you relax is by doing some simple stretches. Sitting at a desk for long hours and repetitive motion puts pressure on your joints and muscles, eventually leading to fatigue. So in addition to taking a quick break from a long period of sustained work, exercises such as shoulder shrugs or circles and upper back stretches can help to ease the tension in your body and prepare it for the rest of the working day.

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  • Providing Freedom for Stroke Patients through the Profhand Pedal Wheelchair

    Jul 27, 2016 - in Wheelchair

    Are you the caregiver/family member of a recovering stroke patient? Have you been looking for a wheelchair that can improve the patient’s mobility as well as speed up rehabilitation? What your patient requires is the highly flexible and user-friendly Profhand Pedal Wheelchair.

    The number of stroke rehabilitation exercises that a patient has to go through could be far too many. This, along with restricted movements on a wheelchair, could make him/her irritable and obstinate. The Profhand Pedal Wheelchair, tried and tested in Japan, is a boon to such people as well as their caregivers/institutions involved in rehabilitation.

    Easy Manoeuvrability: Colourful (unlike the drab-looking regular wheelchair), lightweight, and with the break and controls that can be managed either by the right or the left hand, the individual is free to manoeuvre the three-wheeled chair with both the legs strapped to the pedal. Even the leg that has been rendered immobile with the stroke automatically participates in the pedalling.

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