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 Rotimi Kareem a doctor of Physical Medicine at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital LUTH on Wednesday urged health workers to always maintain good postures to enhance their health Kareem delivered a lecture titled Postural Challenges Barrier to Productive and Active Service Life organised by LUTH The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the lecture is the first in the series of lectures to celebrate LUTH at 60 The therapist noted that the complications and consequences of poor postures were detrimental to the wellbeing of health personnel He identified some of them as low back pain increased disability among workers spinal joint dysfunction degenerative joint diseases and pot belly among others He said Our active life today is public service our body must align or respond well to the force of gravity We must imbibe the culture of repositioning ourselves well when we are not well positioned and when we carry out our various duties Posture is everything about our life as humans whether we are sitting standing or sleeping because they all reflect different postures The benefits of good posture helps to reduce risk of joint pain stress reduction it enhances confidence among others It is important that as we care for others we should also care for ourselves so that we will not fall victim of the same sickness our patients are going through he said Prof Chris Bode the Chief Medical Director of LUTH said the lecture was very paramount to the wellbeing of staff members Bode represented by Chairman Medical Advisory Committee Prof Wasiu Adeyemo said it was very vital for health workers to be fit to carry out their duties effectively If you are not fit you cannot take care of your patients we care about our staff that is why we came up with this first lecture which has to do with our health he said More lectures that will be of help to our personnel will come up in the course of the LUTH 60 celebration he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
LUTH at 60: Physiotherapist tasks health workers on good posture

Rotimi Kareem

Rotimi Kareem, a doctor of Physical Medicine at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH),  on Wednesday urged health workers to always maintain good postures to enhance their health.

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Postural Challenges

Kareem delivered a lecture titled, “Postural Challenges: Barrier to Productive and Active Service Life’’ , organised by LUTH.

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News Agency

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the lecture is the first in the series of lectures  to celebrate LUTH at 60.
The therapist noted that the complications and consequences of poor postures were detrimental to the wellbeing of health personnel.

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He identified some of them as: low back pain, increased disability among workers, spinal joint dysfunction, degenerative joint diseases and pot belly among others.

He said: “Our active life today is public service, our body must align or respond well to the force of gravity.

“We must imbibe the culture of repositioning ourselves well, when we are not well positioned and when we  carry out our various duties.

“Posture is everything about our life as humans whether we are sitting, standing or sleeping because they all reflect different postures.

“The benefits of good posture helps to reduce risk of joint pain, stress reduction, it enhances confidence among others.

“It is important that as we care for others, we should also care for ourselves, so that we will not fall victim of the same sickness our patients are going through,” he said.

Chris Bode

Prof. Chris Bode, the Chief Medical Director of LUTH, said the lecture was very paramount to the wellbeing of staff members.

Medical Advisory Committee

Bode, represented by Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee, Prof. Wasiu Adeyemo, said it was very vital for health workers to be fit to carry out their duties effectively.

“If you are not fit, you cannot take care of your patients, we care about our staff, that is why we came up with this first lecture which has to do with our health,” he said.

“More lectures that will be of help to our personnel will come up in the course of the LUTH@60 celebration,” he said.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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LUTH at 60: Physiotherapist tasks health workers on good posture

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 Rotimi Kareem a doctor of Physical Medicine at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital LUTH on Wednesday urged health workers to always maintain good postures to enhance their health Kareem delivered a lecture titled Postural Challenges Barrier to Productive and Active Service Life organised by LUTH The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the lecture is the first in the series of lectures to celebrate LUTH at 60 The therapist noted that the complications and consequences of poor postures were detrimental to the wellbeing of health personnel He identified some of them as low back pain increased disability among workers spinal joint dysfunction degenerative joint diseases and pot belly among others He said Our active life today is public service our body must align or respond well to the force of gravity We must imbibe the culture of repositioning ourselves well when we are not well positioned and when we carry out our various duties Posture is everything about our life as humans whether we are sitting standing or sleeping because they all reflect different postures The benefits of good posture helps to reduce risk of joint pain stress reduction it enhances confidence among others It is important that as we care for others we should also care for ourselves so that we will not fall victim of the same sickness our patients are going through he said Prof Chris Bode the Chief Medical Director of LUTH said the lecture was very paramount to the wellbeing of staff members Bode represented by Chairman Medical Advisory Committee Prof Wasiu Adeyemo said it was very vital for health workers to be fit to carry out their duties effectively If you are not fit you cannot take care of your patients we care about our staff that is why we came up with this first lecture which has to do with our health he said More lectures that will be of help to our personnel will come up in the course of the LUTH 60 celebration he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
LUTH at 60: Physiotherapist tasks health workers on good posture

Rotimi Kareem

Rotimi Kareem, a doctor of Physical Medicine at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH),  on Wednesday urged health workers to always maintain good postures to enhance their health.

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Postural Challenges

Kareem delivered a lecture titled, “Postural Challenges: Barrier to Productive and Active Service Life’’ , organised by LUTH.

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News Agency

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the lecture is the first in the series of lectures  to celebrate LUTH at 60.
The therapist noted that the complications and consequences of poor postures were detrimental to the wellbeing of health personnel.

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He identified some of them as: low back pain, increased disability among workers, spinal joint dysfunction, degenerative joint diseases and pot belly among others.

He said: “Our active life today is public service, our body must align or respond well to the force of gravity.

“We must imbibe the culture of repositioning ourselves well, when we are not well positioned and when we  carry out our various duties.

“Posture is everything about our life as humans whether we are sitting, standing or sleeping because they all reflect different postures.

“The benefits of good posture helps to reduce risk of joint pain, stress reduction, it enhances confidence among others.

“It is important that as we care for others, we should also care for ourselves, so that we will not fall victim of the same sickness our patients are going through,” he said.

Chris Bode

Prof. Chris Bode, the Chief Medical Director of LUTH, said the lecture was very paramount to the wellbeing of staff members.

Medical Advisory Committee

Bode, represented by Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee, Prof. Wasiu Adeyemo, said it was very vital for health workers to be fit to carry out their duties effectively.

“If you are not fit, you cannot take care of your patients, we care about our staff, that is why we came up with this first lecture which has to do with our health,” he said.

“More lectures that will be of help to our personnel will come up in the course of the LUTH@60 celebration,” he said.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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