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The Spine is an important structure that extends from the base of the skull to the tail bone. It is made up of 33 small bones, known as the vertebrae, structured in a compact “Backbone” with cartilaginous discs between each of these vertebrae. There are natural spinal curves in the neck and lower back region which are maintained by a group of muscles and ligaments.
The Spine functions to maintain an upright posture supports the body weight, promotes spinal movements and protects the vital structures like Spinal cord and Nerves.
It becomes important to preserve the framework and function of our backbone in all ages and phases of life.
Worldwide, back pain is the single leading cause of dysfunction, preventing many people from engaging in work as well as other everyday activities.
Back pain can affect people of all ages, from adolescents to the elderly.
660% of All the Employees Report Back Problems.
By 2022, 1 in 3 Indians will have significant increase in work related back problems.
Back pain accounts for more than 264 million lost work days in one year.
Determinants of a painful spine at the desk:
Faulty Postures → Long Sitting Hours → Stress → Poor Techniques of Lifting & Reaching Out → REDUCED QUALITY OF LIFE

The Solution: Spine Squad

A team of skilled, trained and expert physiotherapists who will contribute to improving your functional well-being, improve efficiency at workplace and most importantly prevent spinal problems.


A Six Week Intervention of Three phases
Each Phase of Two Weeks
Thrice in a Week


Flexibility Exercises
Mobility Exercises
Strengthening Exercises
Stability Exercises
Pain Management
Pain Prevention
Supervised by Team of Expert Physiotherapists


Reduced Spinal Stiffness
Elevated Energy Levels
Stronger Muscles
Pain Relief
Increased Flexibility
No Faulty Postures
Enhanced work productivity

It is for everyone who wants to take a step towards better physical health & stayaway from otherwise inevitable spinal problems.
Venue: At Your Workplace

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