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Work Support

Laptop Tray

Adjustable Laptop Stand, Laptop Table for Bed, Portable Lap Desk Foldable Table Workstation Notebook Riser with Mouse Pad, Ergonomic Laptop Stand with 2 CPU Cooling Fan, Best Gifts



Himimi Kneeling Chair Ergonomic for Office, Height Adjustable Stool with Thick Foam Cushions for Home and Office - Improve Posture to Relieve Neck & Back Pain, New Upgraded Pneumatic Pump



FEZIBO Height Adjustable Electric Standing Desk, 55 x 24 Inches Stand up Table, Sit Stand Home Office Desk with Splice Board, Black Frame/Rustic Brown Top


Sitting Ball

YOGIVO Sitting Ball Chair for Office and Home, Pilates Exercise Yoga Ball with Cover for Balance, Stability and Fitness, Ergonomic Posture Exercise Ball Seat with Handle and Pump


Pad Seat

Cushion Linenspa Orthopedic Gel Foam Seat Cushion - Tailbone/Coccyx Comfort - Support for All-Day Sitting and Back Pain Relief grey



Inflammation Aids

White Flower

White Flower External Analgesic Balm Oil 20ml/ 0.676fl Oz., Authentic US import (1 bottle)


Salon Pas

Epsom Salt Bath

1. Fill bathtub up with warm water

2. Sprinkle in "2 Cups" Epsom salt

3. Soak for 15 min or longer* Less than 2 cups and 15 min you do not get the benefits of the salt bath.


Icing Directions 

1. Fill a gallon zip lock bag 1/2  full of ice cubes

2. Squeeze air from bag and then seal bag

3. Fold bag over into a roll

4. Take a thin t-shirt and place bag of ice "in" the t-shirt. Position bag toward the middle of the shirt

5. Wet hands with water and pat the t-shirt with your hands until the shirt dampens (this will activate the coldness of the ice)

6. Apply shirt with ice to affected area.* 20min on / 20min off - Cycle of 3

Diet Support

The Zone Food Blocks




Isotonix Multivitamin with Iron, Supports Strong Immune System, Normal Cognitive Performance, Supplements Dietary Deficiencies, Skeletal, Muscle and Skin Health, Market America (90 Servings)



bilberry, grape seed extract & pine bark extract (pycnogenol). Supports production of nitric oxide for blood pressure support. Non-GMO, gluten free. Market America (90 Servings, 300g)



D3 10,000 with K2 - Vitamin D Supplement - 10,000 IU - Support for Bone, Cardiovascular, and Immune Health* | 60 Count



Female Multiple, 120 Tablets - Multivitamin, Mineral & Herbal Formula for Women - Advanced Phytonutrient - Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free - 40 Servings


Lacy ChittleFunctional Medicine - Remote

PH 510-396-1791

Robert M. Heyob Accupuncture - SF 

3552 23rd St, San Francisco

PH (415) 641-1418

Bettina Rolfing - SF


Integrative Massage "P-DTR" Neromuscular work Practitioner - SF

Accupuncture Carl Calvin Wong - SFO

PH 650-648-3558

Dave Chapona  Chiropractor - Millbrae

PH 650-302-0451 (text)

Desk Ergonomics

1. Arms: placed at 90 degree angle at your sides

2. Hands: just hovering over the surface of your desk

3. Chair: with arms at 90 degrees as your guide shimmy yourself in your chair into your desk. Your hands should hover just above the surface of your desk. Adjust your chair up or down to achieve your hand position. 

4. Keyboard: Take keyboard and slip it under your hands. Take a few pieces of tape and mark where your keyboard is under your hands. 

5. Monitor: - Adjust your monitor(s) to be as straight ahead of you as possible. Your monitor should be equal level with your eyes, chin slightly tucked- Next take one of your hands and extend it out in front of you. Do this while sitting in your chair with your shoulders rolled back and chin slightly tucked

6. Next take one of your hands and extend it out. Then take your monitor and position it on your desk to touch the palm of your hand to the screen 

7. Then slide the monitor just slightly toward you about a half an inch 

8. Mark on your desk with tape where your monitor is now placed. If you shift your keyboard or monitor on your desk for one reason or another, you can use the tape as your guide to reposition your monitor and keyboard back into place on your desk

9. Do the same thing for your mouse. Position your mousing hand as close to your keyboard with your arm at 90 degrees. Mark where your mouse is placed with an "X" with tape

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