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Become Pain Free Today!

Dentistry can be a physically taxing profession, and the chronic pain you're feeling could be related to your work.  Don't let life get your body down or consider early retirement.

ErgoFitLife is here to help you learn how to stay in shape and practice ergonomically.

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Meet Katrina Klein

​Katrina has implemented daily ergonomic strategies in practices for over 15 years.

She focuses on bio mechanics and how to apply them to her daily routine to prevent injury, during clinical practice and in the gym. Preparing the body for a difficult workload can make the difference between practicing in pain and not. Katrina is a Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist, a registered Dental Hygienist and a Certified Personal Trainer.

Let Katrina help you become pain free and stay pain free for the longevity of your career.

“If you wait to have success before commitment, you’ll have neither.”

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What Clients Are Saying

I've been training with ErgoFitLife for 12 weeks, 3 days a week. I'm already seeing a significant difference in my back pain at work. As a hygienist just starting out, I've been worried about having to cut my career short due to my back pain. ErgoFit has strengthened my body and improved my posture. I now have the confidence in my future as a dental hygienist. Can't wait to see what more ErgoFit Life has in store for me!
- Casey L.

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What We Do During the Day Matters

Whether practicing before work or after, daily practice can lead to an extended career and life. Contact ErgoFitLife today to find out how ergonomics can better your health and your career.

(916) 224 – 7352  | ErgoFitLife@gmail.com

BY KATRINA KLEIN, RDH, CEAS, CPT

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