Everyone knows the old saying – No Pain. No gain. It feels like we all bought it too, hook, line & sinker. We were taught to “suck it up”, cause that’s what tough guys do! It’s kind of like that cough syrup (we all remember it…. LOL) – the one that says that if it
If I were to ask you to think of someone that has great balance, you would likely answer with an Olympian gymnast; a downhill skier or competitive skater; maybe a yoga teacher, but not likely the average, everyday person. We rarely describe our friends as having “great balance” or “great posture”. But we would likely
We all sort of know what “circulation” is and why it’s important to our overall health. Well, it’s not just important; it’s MISSION CRITICAL; as in, it is vital to the proper and efficient functioning of our body! Our bodies vast system of blood vessels – made up of arteries, veins, and capillaries – is
As you progress through life, it seems that the older you get the more you focus on health as you realize that to live a full and pain free life that celebrates good mobility and a positive attitude, you need to pay attention to what fuels good health. It’s reasonable to say that most people
Do You Love Big Words? Learn about Tensegrity, Mechanotransduction and Sp1ke by N. Apostolopoulos Ph.D.
Sp1ke by Vigurus Technologies represents a revolutionary concept regarding the interface of human interaction and the immediate environment (i.e., sitting, standing, lying). It possesses the unique quality of adapting to any load imposed on it by the body whether it be tension, compression, shear, bending, and torsion while still maintaining its integrity. This is achieved
Sp1ke is a revolutionary and proprietary pressure relief technology designed by the observation of natural forms to apply the unique science of “ergomorphology”. Beyond the functioning of ergonomic seating surfaces that are designed for a generic body form, Sp1ke continuously modifies its shape to customize itself to the user, and personally adjust to the moving
I’m a senior who suffers from Neuropathy of the feet and lower legs. My doctors believe it originated from a combination of factors like being in an intensive Care Unit for 50 days, followed by renal failure and subsequent dialysis. A year later I had my second kidney transplant and an operation to repair and