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Risks connected with a wrong sitting position Zagrożenia powstające w wyniku niewłaściwej postawy siedzącej

  title={Risks connected with a wrong sitting position Zagrożenia powstające w wyniku niewłaściwej postawy siedzącej},
  author={Małgorzata Groszek and Gracjan Babula and Łukasz Nagraba and Artur Stolarczyk and Tomasz Mitek},
Musculo-skeletal and pulmonary effects of sitting position - a systematic review.
The aim of the study was to analyze the research relating to a proper sitting position and the consequences of incorrect sitting posture to draw attention to the risks associated with work performed in a sitting posture, and education on the principles of ergonomical sitting.


Analiza skuteczności metody McKenzie u pacjentów z bólem dolnego odcinka kręgosłupa na pod - stawie literatury
  • Chirurgia i Artroskopia
  • 2010
Występowanie objawów pseu - dokorzeniowych u pacjentów ze stwierdzoną dyskopatią kręgosłupa lędźwiowego i przejścia lędźwiowo - krzyżowego
  • Medycyna Manualna ,
  • 2010
Trigger Points in the Suboccipital Muscles and Forward Head Posture in Tension‐Type Headache
To assess the presence of trigger points in the suboccipital muscles and forward head posture in subjects with chronic tension‐type headache and in healthy subjects, and to evaluate the relationship of TrPs and FHP with headache intensity, duration, and frequency.
Preliminary findings on the effect of load-carrying to the structural integrity of the cervical spine
It is concluded that carrying heavy loads on the head alters the pattern of degenerative changes of the cervical spine.
Anatomia na żywym człowieku wstęp do terapii manualnej
  • Wydawnictwo Medyczne Urban & Partner,
  • 2004
Upper crossed syndrome and its relationship to cervicogenic headache.
  • M. K. Moore
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics
  • 2004
Effects of ergonomic intervention in work with video display units.
Both the intensive ergonomic approach and education in ergonomics help reduce discomfort in VDU work and the best result will be achieved with cooperative planning in which both workers and practitioners are actively involved.
Postural activity of the diaphragm is reduced in humans when respiratory demand increases
Increased central respiratory drive may attenuate the postural commands reaching motoneurons, which can affect the key inspiratory and expiratory muscles and is likely to be co‐ordinated at a pre‐motoneuronal site.