pain prevention

7 MORE ergonomics tips that can save your careerAching back? Cramped hands? These tips can help to ensure that you have a long and healthy career.
Dentistry and the opioid epidemic: what you need to know
Dentistry and the opioid epidemic: what you need to knowTaking a look at the role the dental industry plays in the opioid overdose crisis and what dentists can do about it.
Resolving upper back pain in dental professionals
Resolving upper back pain in dental professionalsSolving the common problem of back pain in dentists requires identifying the correct cause first.
How shoulder pain can cripple your dental career
How shoulder pain can cripple your dental careerWhen it comes to shoulder pain, prevention is the best option.
8 things dental professionals need to know about exercise
8 things dental professionals need to know about exerciseThe exercises that work for the average person can be damaging to a dental professional’s health — but do you know which ones are dangerous?
5 steps to a pain-free dental careerThese essential steps can be invaluable to preventing pain and ensuring career longevity.
5 ways to counteract neck pain
5 ways to counteract neck painNeck pain is a common problem plaguing dental professionals, but taking these five steps can help.
How do certain sports impact dental professionals' health?
How do certain sports impact dental professionals' health?It's summer and time to hit the water—but several popular summer sports can actually exacerbate muscle imbalances in dental professionals.
The importance of ergonomics for hygienists—and what dentists can do to help
The importance of ergonomics for hygienists—and what dentists can do to helpHygienists put their bodies through a lot of wear and tear on the job, but there are steps that can be taken to help prevent some of the damage. Here's what one hygienist thought dentists should know.
A mysterious upper-back pain syndrome in dental professionals
A mysterious upper-back pain syndrome in dental professionalsScalene trigger points often fly under the radar of clinical treatment, but they can have serious consequences for dental professionals.