EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ—With more people working from home, good posture and working habits are more important than ever. To keep work-from-home employees healthy, East Brunswick Public Library (2 Jean Walling Civic Center Drive) is teaming up with Dr. Ken Freedman, an East Brunswick chiropractor, for the online program Have A Sit Fit: Smart Tips For Homebound Workers on Tuesday, November 10 at noon.
In this online program, Dr. Freedman covers several topics, including understanding and knowledge of your back, how it works and how to use it properly, rules and recommendations for good posture and correct body movement, and simple self-care methods for immediate relief of stress, pain reduction and preventing injury to your neck and back.
The program is held online using the Zoom platform. There will be a brief question and answer period immediately following the presentation. Participants are encouraged to submit questions via the chat during the presentation.
Dr. Freedman is a founding member and Chairman of the Middlesex County Health & Wellness Council and the President of the East Brunswick Advisory Health Council. Since 2008, he has been the creator and host of the award-winning Wellness Spotlight health and wellness television program airing on EBTV, Comcast Channel 26, and Verizon Channels 37 and 38. He has also appeared on MSNBC, News 4 NY, WABC Eyewitness News, News 12 NJ, the KYW-TV/CBS Morning News Philadelphia, and Channel 29's Good Morning Philadelphia.
Dr. Freedman's practice, Freedman Chiropractic of East Brunswick, specializes in offering natural relief of neck and back pain and other health challenges by improving the body's self-heal ability and optimize the quality of life. He has over forty years of experience. Freedman Chiropractic was honored by The Home News Tribune's Best of the Best Reader's Choice Awards for Central NJ as Best Chiropractic Office for 2020.
This program is free and open to the public. Registration is requested; to register, visit the library's website at www.ebpl.org/calendar or call 732-390-6767.
The program is offered through the library's Just For The Health Of It! consumer health and wellness information initiative. A complete resource and program guide can be found online at www.justforthehealthofit.org.