Watch Your Back In The Credit Crunch

Rising stress levels needn’t bring pain, says Marianne Kavanagh
03 Oct 2008

If the recession is making you work longer hours hunched over your keyboard, stress levels rocketing, take care. Your body may start complaining.

”We’ve noticed a 25 per cent increase in neck and shoulder pain since the onset of the credit crunch,’’ says registered osteopath Thomas Sheehan, senior tutor at the British School of Osteopathy, who runs a busy practice in south-east London. “We believe it’s a direct consequence of increased computer use.” More…