Providing medical care for patients at the frontline can be physically demanding. Exercise is an important part of a routine that can help mitigate the physiologic stressors that come with providing care at the frontline, but in the setting of decreased time and space, providers may have difficulty developing new routines. We worked with a physiotherapist to create an exercise regimen for frontline providers that requires little space, little time, and can still help keep us healthy in the face of an ever more challenging work environment.
About Ronald A Mikos Jr, CSCS NCStrength & Conditioning Coach
Active Care Sports Performance & Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Nutrition Consultant, Bauman College, Berkeley, CA
Farm Educator, Giltract farm (U.C Berkeley), Berkeley, CA