Dr. Nima Salari was interviewed by Channel 3 News on how our high-tech life can wreak havoc on our posture and our health and gives some tips on how to counter bad habits that come with increased phone and computer usage.
by Natalie Brand | June 24, 2014
PHOENIX — Modern life may be taking a toll on your health.
Research is still being done, but at least one study out of Europe links increased time in front of computers with greater neck and back pain in adolescents.
Phones and computers are terrible for our posture. Being locked in a hunched position can be literally a pain in the neck. It’s hard to avoid it in this digital age, but it’s a modern-day problem that can wreak havoc on your back and spine.