Back Pain

Please Join Us for 10 Ways to Beat Lower Back Pain

13 Apr 2020 entries, news

*This presentation is now full. Please stay tuned for more dates that may be added!*

Let’s face it. We’re all stuck at home right now trying to find ways to keep ourselves educated, active, involved and combat boredom. If you’ve had lower back pain before the COVID-19 crisis started or just started developing it due to working from “your home office” or trying unique ways to stay fit, then our virtual presentation is perfect for you!

Diane Kottakis, DPT, CSCS, Cert. MDTDiane Kottakis, DPT, CSCS, Cert. MDT will be presenting 10 different ways you can beat lower back pain while adhering to social distancing!

When:

Wednesday, April 22nd at 10 a.m.

Where:

Right in the comfort of your own home! We will send out a link to a Zoom meeting

How do I RSVP?

This presentation is now full.

Questions You May Have

What if I’ve never used Zoom before?

That’s no problem! You don’t have to have any sort of Zoom account or have used it before. When it comes time for the presentation, all you have to do is click the meeting link that was sent to you via email. It may ask you to type in a meeting ID or password, but other than that you should be all set to join. You can click here to learn more or email marketing@ubortho.com if you happen to have any issues prior to or the day of.

Can I use a phone or a computer?

You can use either a phone or a computer! We recommend that you use a computer so that you can view the presentation. However, if you don’t have access to a computer, you can join by calling in on your phone and you can listen from there.

Will other people be able to see or hear me?

No! We will mute all participants so that others will not be able to hear you. You also have the ability to turn your video off so that the other participants cannot see you.

Will I be able to ask questions?

Yes! When the presentation has been concluded, you will be able to ask questions by using the chat function of Zoom (normally on the right-hand side) or you can request to have your microphone unmuted and you can ask your question by speaking.

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