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#Heartof SV

The pulse of business

May 2018

San Jose is Taking Off

Silicon Valley’s Airport is Experiencing Healthy Growth

Everything’s Coming Up Roses

#Heartof SV “Commerce San Jose” May 2018


BOARD CHAIR Lennies Gutierrez PRESIDENT & CEO Matthew R. Mahood








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elcome to the to San Jose presents first issue of our an incredible economic e-magazine, development opportunity #Heart of SV! and will ease traffic Thank you for your congestion and support over the past year encourage higher-density as we embarked on a new housing projects chapter within our throughout Silicon Valley. Matthew R. Mahood organization. We are The SVO is pleased to see President & CEO proud of the work The our partners agree to a Silicon Valley solution that reduces the Organization has completed and impact on businesses in the are appreciative of your member downtown urban core. support. Your membership dollars We are looking forward to a ensure that we can continue productive next quarter, filled with working to make Silicon Valley a activity from two lines of our better place to live, work, play, business — political action and raise a family and run a business. workforce development. Over the last few months, we have As you know, it’s an election year been extremely busy working on which means The SVO is out behalf of the business community. advocating for a business-friendly One of the biggest stories of the regulatory climate that encourages year so far is Google’s growth. businesses to locate and expand in We are excited that Google is one Silicon Valley. Our advocacy is an step closer to coming to downtown important part of our daily work. San Jose. Not only did San Jose City We know you are busy running your Council approve the purchase price business. So it’s our job to advocate of the nine parcels at $67 million and communicate on your behalf. ­— twice the value — but they also Finally, we have just launched approved the creation of a Station recruitment for our SVO Area Advisory Group that is made Foundation’s Silicon Valley up of more than 35 business, labor CareerPath Internship program. and community groups, including Now in its third year, SV CareerPath The SVO. Having a seat at the table has grown into a model of true is an important part of ensuring our workforce development — directly members’ interests are addressing the staffing needs of the represented. business community by matching The good news continued last employers with high school month when BART announced an students eager to learn. agreement with VTA to adopt We look forward to a successful single bore tunneling during its 2018 and thank you for your Phase II project. BART’s extension continued support!





hen I was growing up, different interests at the local I always knew that one level. day, I would have a Fast forward a few years later successful career, a house, a and I found myself working at supportive husband, two kids, the California State Capitol, and a network of supportive drafting public policy via family and friends. It wasn’t legislation. My Dad, meanwhile, an easy road, but it was the became the founding member strength of my family and of the Napa-Solano Hispanic Lennies community that led me to have Chamber of Commerce. Board Chair that type of I don’t think it’s a confidence. coincidence that I’ve There are a lot of I’m a second somewhat followed opportunities for us in my Dad’s generation Mexicanto engage. This is a American who grew footsteps. up in the small town Now, I am the 2018 pivotal year for the of Dixon in Northern Board Chair of The region. California, a town Silicon Valley that didn’t have its Organization — first stoplight until I was in junior high Silicon Valley’s largest chamber of school. I went to college, and then law commerce. I am also the first Latina to school, and my biggest role models were hold this position. my parents. I am honored to be working with an I didn’t realize until I was in college at organization that, through economic U.C. Davis where I was exposed to other development efforts focused on Silicon brown faces that reflected my own just Valley businesses, is making this Valley how different my childhood was from a better place for everyone to live, work, friends who were from urban play, and do business. neighborhoods and predominantly Last year’s pillars of respect, relevance communities of color like East LA, East and revenue helped The SVO navigate a San Jose and the Mission District in San huge brand and image change. This year’s Francisco. business plan focuses on engagement, In contrast, Dixon was made up of a diversity and influence. Over 1,400 small, non-Hispanic white majority (65%) and a medium and large size businesses in San farmworker population (35%) of 16,000 Jose and the greater South Bay area rely residents. I’m a small town girl at heart on The SVO to advocate on policy issues and for me growing up knowing your and for candidates that support our neighbor and having teachers living down interests. the street from you was normal. There are lots of opportunities for us I was born in this country and speak two to engage. This is a pivotal year for the languages fluently. The first time I walked region. precincts was for my Dad who was the Being Chair of The SVO is a huge first Latino to be elected on the school responsibility, but I looking forward to a board in my community. As an elected game-changing 2018. I hope you will join official, I saw how he had to navigate me.



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Taking Off!


Silicon Valley’s Airport is experiencing healthy growth


ou’ve heard it on the news. You’ve heard it from the Mayor. San Jose is taking off!

In Silicon Valley, there is only one airport that serves as the direct connection to the rest of the state, country and world. And the service is like no other. Don’t take our word for it. American Business Journals crowned SJC the Number 1 Best Run Airport in America last year. Mineta San Jose International Airport – Silicon Valley’s airport – is a vital economic driver for the region. And, much like the companies that call Silicon Valley home, it has become a disruptor of its industry, and, most recently has been growing to meet the demands of the clients it serves. Last year marked its fifth consecutive year of solid passenger growth. SJC now serves 13 million departing and arriving passengers annually. Since 2014, SJC has launched seven new airlines and 25 new or announced nonstop routes, including international connections between the Heart of Silicon Valley and: •London via British Airways •Frankfurt via Lufthansa  •Beijing via Hainan  •Shanghai via Air China •Tokyo via All Nippon Airways •Vancouver via Air Canada •Morelia and Zacatecas, Mexico via Volaris •Mexico City via Aeromexico It was named one of the fastest growing airports in the country over the past two years for good reason. Most recently, both Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines combined announced more than a dozen new nonstop routes, including daytime, direct flights to the New York area, including JFK, for Silicon Valley’s travelers. SJC’s tremendous growth is the result of a public-private partnership of community leaders focused on offering Silicon 10

Photos courtesy Mineta San Jose International Airport.

Valley residents, businesses and visitors a convenient, efficient and passenger-friendly experience on the airlines and to the nonstop destinations that are important to their lives and livelihoods. “The Airport team is proud of the tremendous growth we have achieved over the past few years, and The SVO has been an important contributor to this success,” said Director of Aviation John Aitken. “Matt Mahood and The SVO team, and other business leaders routinely join us at the table in meetings with current and prospective airlines to showcase why San Jose and Silicon Valley are the right choice for their customers to live, work and play.” The SVO, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Joint Venture Silicon Valley, the Global Travel Association -Silicon Valley Chapter, Team San Jose and others have worked – and continue to work - in tandem with City and Airport leadership to attract the air service Silicon Valley residents have requested. But these additional flights aren’t the only driver of this growth. In 2017, SJC invested in various passenger enhancements, which contributed to the record-setting traveler numbers: •The addition of three new gates, 29 and 30, to enhance airline flight scheduling, and 7a, ground-level boarding with THESVO.COM | MAY 2018

SJC BY THE NUMBERS 13 million: Number of annual passengers

36,000: Number of daily passengers

3,000: Number of airline and other business-based positions located on the airport

211: Number of direct staffing level employees

210: Commercial departures daily 50: General departures daily 43: Number of domestic, non-stop destinations

31: Number of domestic and international gates

16: Number of airlines operating at SJC

11: Number of international, nonstop destinations

2: Number of runways

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Photos courtesy Mineta San Jose International Airport.

bus support; •An $8.2 million expansion and renovation of the International Arrivals Building, complete with an expanded bag claim area and enclosed greeter waiting area; •The creation and rollout of the Mobile Passport Control app; The modernization of the Terminal A Ground Transportation Center; •A new monument sign with a digital feature at Coleman Avenue and Airport Boulevard (one of three SJC gateways); •And enhanced food, beverage and retail concessions offerings. Now, on the heels of $50 million in capital improvements completed, SJC is looking to its future with a potential interim expansion that will add four new gates to the growing airport and implement various state-of-the-art technologies that will make the traveling experience even more seamless. SJC: Transforming how Silicon Valley travels.

2018 Flight Preview The passenger growth trend continues through fall 2018, with 17 new or newly competitive routes for Silicon Valley travelers and visitors alike. Southwest Airlines •San Antonio – twice-weekly Launching a major Silicon Valley •Tulsa – twice-weekly expansion in spring with 80 additional weekly flights, including eight new Lufthansa nonstop destinations, six of which •Frankfurt – five weekly flights rewere previously unserved at SJC by sumed in March any airline: •Cabo San Lucas – first-ever internaAeromexico tional service for Southwest in San •Mexico City – daily, seasonal service Jose – Saturday service operates June 1 through August 31. •New Orleans and Albuquerque – Sunday service Delta •Saint Louis, Houston-Hobby, Spo•New York-JFK – daily flights begin kane and Boise — daily service June 8. •Orlando — daily service begins May 6 Alaska Airlines •New York-JFK - daily, daytime flights Frontier Airlines begin July 6. Service to: •Everett, Washington, serving Seat•Atlanta – four weekly flights tle’s northern suburban area – daily •Austin – thrice-weekly service is expected to begin in the fall, •Cincinnati – thrice-weekly pending government approval. THESVO.COM | MAY 2018



Photos courtesy Friends of the Rose Garden.

The Hidden Gem San Jose Municipal Rose Garden


hen people visit San Jose, they often search on TripAdvisor. com to find out more about the city. And what is listed #1 in the “Things to Do” category? Visit the San Jose Municipal Rose Garden! That’s right, we have held this position for several years now. The San Jose Municipal Rose Garden opened in 1937 has been a regional and national destination for decades — listed as a historic landmark with the City of San Jose. Ten years ago, the


Garden was in severe decline, with most of the roses dead and the beds filled with weeds. As the then-City Manager stated, “we let this Garden fall through the cracks.” In 2007, newly elected San Jose City Council member Pierluigi Oliverio held his first and only press conference, exposing the state of the Historic Rose Garden and proposed that if the City could not maintain it, then the maintenance should be outsourced. While this did not go over well with his


other colleagues and the union reps, it did bring attention to the dereliction of duty that the City had in maintaining this jewel. Along with his outsourcing proposal, he proposed that the City should allow volunteers to help augment city staff in taking care of the roses. A 501c3 non-profit called Friends of the San Jose Rose Garden was then formed. We entered into an “adopt-a-park” agreement with the City that allowed

trained volunteers to work with the roses, as well as organizing large community work days and corporate “service” days. Initially, we were not able to have companies bring employees out on a day for community service due to union rules and prevailing wage agreements. So, once again, Councilmember Oliverio sprang into action to change those rules as well. Since the changes, we’ve had large groups from various Silicon Valley businesses including Google, Microsoft, Recology, Deloitte, Ernst & Young come

out and spend a day giving back to the community by deadheading roses; applying mulch; and performing general rose care under the supervision of our Master Volunteers. As a more than 30-year resident of San Jose, I’m very familiar with the Chamber, now The Silicon Valley Organization, and have attended many of the events as a guest. Becoming an SVO member offers us additional exposure for the Garden and our organization, and the opportunity to let other members know about ways they can give back to San Jose through the organization of company work parties and service

projects. The greatest takeaway for our volunteers is a sense of ownership. They can come back and check the rose beds they previously worked on, and know that the new roses are a direct result of their efforts. For more information on how to get involved, click here. Courtesy Terry Reily, Friends of the Rose Garden.



Bishops offers on-demand, on-trend hair care at affordable prices with a street style aesthetic. Our edgy identity and spirited brand culture helped set us apart from the start and continues to do so today. The Bishops mission is to empower people to be whoever they want to be, judgment free. Bishops prides itself on quality and convenience. When we first opened, a good haircut was expansive and an affordable one was bad, so we decided to change that. Our stylists are well trained and receive advanced in-house education through our very own Education Department. Our educators have decades of experience and knowledge in the hair industry. Stylists are friendly, innovative and provide fantastic ADCO Outdoor Reason for Joining – Networking Andary’s Enterprise Reason for joining – Advocacy and Public Policy Bishops Reason for joining – Business development, member benefits


services to clients. Bishops is a full-service shop that provides for the hair needs of all ages and all genders. Clients are taken on a walk-in or same day online check-in basis and can choose from our a-la-carte menu of hair services  consisting of cutting and coloring services.   SVO is a key element for Bishops to connect with the San Jose business community. Bishops would like to reach out to all members of SVO and give 10% off to all SVO members. Bishops is planning to be supportive of local artists, charities and non-profit organizations and we think these values align with SVO goals. Being an entrenched member of the business and local community is very important to Bishops and we would like to work together with SVO to achieve these goals. SVO has a fantastic, involved business network in San Jose and all businesses would benefit from being member of SVO.

Farmers Insurance Agency david-hernandez Reason for joining – Member Benefits Federal Smart Solutions Inc. Reason for joining – Visibility and Networking

Brigade Reason for joining – Networking, Advocacy and Public Policy

Friends of the San Jose Rose Garden Reason for Joining – Referral via Madison Nguyen

Connect Hearing Reason for joining – Networking and Visibility

H Mart San Jose Reason for joining – Networking, Visibility, Business Development

Cricket PQH/Ring Ring Wireless Reason for Joining – Web Based Options   Diana Barbatti Photographer Reason for Joining – Networking & Visibility   Dome Construction  

iGenius Reason for Joining – Networking Infinity Staffing Inc. Reason for joining – Networking Life Services Alternatives, Inc. Reason for Joining – Member Benefits   THESVO.COM | MAY 2018

Light Field Lab Reason for joining – Networking and Visibility Lions International Reason for joining – Networking Liquid Equity Partners Reason for joining – Networking Matrix HG Reason for joining –Networking and Visibility O.E. Financial Services Reason for Joining – Networking          Parkpine Capital Reason for joining – Networking   Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley Reason for joining – Networking US – Asian Innovation Gateway Reason for Joining – Networking


Photo courtesy Premier Recycling Company.


Premier Recycling Company

remier Recycle Company has been serving construction and demolition sites throughout the Bay Area since 1992. Based in San Jose, we have had the amazing opportunity to work on some of the most forward-thinking projects in the United States. We operate a benefit rich construction material recycling service starting with the bins on site, hauling, and material sorting at our own sorting facility. We take the headache out of the regulatory process with our in-house project management teams to make recycling as simple as possible and achieve high level results for our customers by tailoring each project to their specific needs. Why was SVO membership important to Premier Recycle? Membership in The SVO has provided us a great opportunity to

meet potential clients, as well as engage with other industries to leverage new ideas. After all, this is Silicon Valley where many of the world’s innovations are born.

ambassador program to fully immerse ourselves in networking engagements, allowing us to create even greater long-term relationships.

How has Premier Recycle engaged with The SVO and its programs over the last year? Premier Recycle Company has made the most out of our membership by diving deep into what The SVO has to offer. Without engagement in numerous events, membership would be another line item expense.

From Premier Recycle’s perspective, why should businesses within the Silicon Valley consider engaging with The SVO? Times are changing fast. Regulatory changes, demographic changes, and the immense growth in the greater Bay Area have created the need to understand what our company needs to do to be successful in the long run.

We have made a commitment to sending company representatives to mixers, young professional meetings, and have found the working groups invaluable to our expansion efforts. The SVO gives us the foresight to know what will be happening in the Valley and how we can better prepare for the future. We have taken advantage of the

Like most companies, we get busy in our core business and miss opportunities to engage in the public process. The SVO actively advocates for business interests well beyond what we can do alone, leveraging the power of our collective business voice. We are very happy to be a part of this movement.




Business Referal Networks

The Silicon Valley Organization offers members a chance to participate in one of five active Business Referral Networks (BRNs). The SVO provides the structure, branded LinkedIn groups, and collateral, but each group has autonomy setting its meeting place, time and agenda.

Neighborhood Professionals BRN Meets: 11 AM-12 PM, Tuesdays Location: Foundry Commons Apartments, 868 S 5th St., San Jose

SVO Collaborators Meets: 11 AM -12 PM, Mondays Location: Silicon Valley Property Management Group – 1900 Camden Ave.

West Valley BRN Meets: 8-9 AM, Wednesdays Location: Rock Bottom Restaurant, 18 75 S. Bascom Ave #700, Campbell, 

Silicon Valley Innovators Meets: 7:30-8:30 AM, Mondays Location: Alliance Credit Union, 3315 Almaden Expy., Suite 55, San Jose

Business Builders Meets: 7:30-8:30 AM, Wednesdays Location: Yeganeh Bakery and Kafe U nik, 3275 Stevens Creek Blvd, San Jose

CA 95008 For more information, visit svobrns. com

Te Name: Teresa Nguyen Company: KBM-Hogue How long have you been involved in SV Next: 1 ½ years Why was it important for you to engage in a young professionals’ group like SV Next? It’s important to me to engage in a young professionals’ group like SV Next because it pushes me out of my comfort zone and allows me to network with professionals outside of my company. The various speaker series have also been really inspirational and have helped me grow professionally. Why, in your opinion, is it important for other young professionals in Sili-

Commerce San Jose — Monique Nou Director of Memberships and Events Why do you choose to work at The SVO? I choose to work at The SVO because I care about the community I live in. Working here gives me an ‘in’ into the community. I get to meet a lot of really cool business owners and employees of companies that I don’t think I would have had the privilege to meet if I didn’t work for The SVO. And my role here helps me play a small part in shaping the community through partnerships with local businesses and organizations.  What are some of the things that you oversee and what are some of the roles and responsibilities you have with them? Some of the things I oversee and manage include prospecting/onboarding of new members,

member retention, our Business RNs, ambassadors, ribbon cuttings, Annual Member Celebration.


Why does what you do matter? Give an example. I am the connector ­— so what I do does matter because I can potentially help grow someone’s business and presence here in Silicon Valley. Referring and connecting comes natural to me so its perfect that my members are always top of mind.

What makes your team so awesome? We are millennials so that means although our attention span is short and ideas come to us on the fly, when they do come we are able to roll with it and make it happen or shut it down. 

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on Valley to get involved in groups like SV Next? think it’s important for other young professionals to get nvolved in groups like SV Next because it helps foster professional and personal growth. It provides a omfortable and fun environment to network with other individuals.

In your opinion, what can young professionals bring to the table, both at work and in their community? I feel like young professionals have a lot they can bring to the table. They bring fresh and innovative ideas that can be applied both at work NGUYEN and in the community. Through SV Next, I’ve met a lot of passionate individuals who are What has been your most surprising striving to make a difference, which is akeaway, experience, etc. from really inspiring. your time with SV Next?  ve really enjoyed the different Why is it important for organizations peaker series that SV Next has put like The SVO to provide these ogether. The speakers were really kinds of programs for young engaging and the topics were professionals?  applicable. I think it’s important that these

kinds of programs exist because it provides a platform for young professionals to become involved in their community and to push them outside their comfort zones. It’s a great place for a lot of professionals in different fields to intersect, especially since the Silicon Valley is so diverse.   What advice can you give to other young professionals out there looking for ways to connect?  My advice would be to get involved, whether it be with SV Next or with other programs in their communities. I think that by just putting yourself out there and being present is a great way to connect with people.

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your role and engage with SV Next? within SV Next.  SV Next not only impacts your Next is to help foster professional life, but also your on of leaders here personal life! Last year we served over ey. Every month SV 600+ young professionals here in the g professionals the Silicon Valley. It’s important to do ngage with their city, something every week, or every day, industry leaders and that your future self will thank you for. als with likeminded SV Next’s mission is to prepare you for bitions. Millennials are the future with the skills, knowledge LLERENA ation with a projected and connections that can help you million. They have the further your life and your career. uly impact the generations to to help build that connective What kind of skills can young professionals get l young professionals here in out of engaging with SV Next?  To unite, inspire and prepare It is said that Millennials love to learn, consume and make a difference. They are always finding ways to be better, whether it be in their career, k young professionals should their fitness, their diet or even spiritually. Last


year we had events about nutrition, how to buy your first home, how to handle your finances like a pro and how to prepare yourself for careers in the digital age. We even had the chance to serve warm meals to the homeless here in Downtown San Jose. SV Next helps shape and contribute to all aspects of your life.

What’s some advice you’d give to young professionals still hesitant to get involved with SV Next? You will never regret coming to an SV Next event. We know how precious time is to everyone. We know much people value a good experience. We promise you will always have something to walk away with. Whether that is a new friend, a new connection, a fun time or learning something you never knew before. Come hang out with us!



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he Silicon Valley Organization hosted its second Annual Member Celebration this month at The Fairmont San Jose, welcoming nearly 700 attendees and the 2018 Distinguished Business Award recipients. The night was filled with power networking with Silicon Valley’s business leaders along with food, drinks and a circus-theme complete with stilt-walker, juggler, contortionist and a champagne lady. Now in its seventh year, the Distinguished Business Awards aim at honoring those business leaders


from within The SVO’s 1,400-member organization. There are five award categories that are honored annually, all peer-nominated. • Distinguished Business Leader: Barry Swenson, Chairman of the Board, Swenson • Businessman of the Year: Kevin Albanese, President & CEO, Joseph J. Albanese, Inc. • Businesswoman of the Year: Irene Chavez, Sr. Vice President & Area Manager, Kaiser Permanente • Small Business of the Year:  Labarre Studios • Non-profit of the Year: Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County



Annual Member Celebration 2018 FACING: (Counter-clockwise, from top left) Team San Jose VP of Marketing & Communications Laura Chmielewski and San Jose Museum of Art Major Gifts Officer Amanda Rawson was spotted at The Silicon Valley Organization’s Annual Member Celebration on April 5 at the Fairmont San Jose; San Jose Vice Mayor Magdalena Carrasco and Kieran Kelly, UC Santa Cruz Assistant Director, Government & Community Relations pose with a circus performer; Marc Parkinson, Petrinovich, Pugh & Co. Managing Partner and Dan Bozzuto, Bozzuto Insurance Services President & CEO also attended the event; SVO member Chick-fil-A mascot makes an appearance at Annual Member Celebration alongside stilt walker from Circosphere. THIS PAGE: (From top) Beth Rhodes, Dome Construction Business Development Director, Rick Beatty, Lehigh Hanson Vice President of Sales and wife DiAnn Beatty mingle; Alan Villatuya, Kaiser Permanente Communications Manager, Efren Rosas, TPMG San Jose Chief of Surgery, Denise Johnson, Kaiser Permanente Continuum Administrator, Niraj Singh, Kaiser Permanente Compliance and Privacy Officer, Irene Chavez, Kaiser Permanente Sr. Vice President and Area Manager pose together at The Silicon Valley Organization’s Annual Member Celebration on April 5 at the Fairmont San Jose. Image Credit: Christy Wright Photography for The Silicon Valley Organization




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CLOCKWISE: (From top left) Jonathan Williams starts in a seated position with his arms out and neck in a neutral position. He flexes his wrists upward and turns his head to the left and then to the right. He flexes his wrists down and turns his head in both directions again. Please consult your physician before starting any fitness program. Photos courtesy of Elizabeth Nguyen/ Silicon Valley Applied Biomechanics

By Jonathan Williams Kinesiologist/Fitness Educator

and carpal tunnel syndrome (inflammation in the wrist).

n today’s workforce, we see an interesting situation where people are injured while working sedentary jobs. These injuries are often a result of small repetitive movements that are performed over a long duration. For example; a software engineer who works 8- to 12-hour days sitting, can develop inflammation of the sciatic nerve

If not addressed, inflammation can increase over time to become debilitating and could potentially cost companies lost productivityand compensations a result of employees’ work-related injuries. Prolonged inflammation is more difficult to reduce, so an active recovery strategy should be implemented.

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LEFT TOP: (From top down) Williams places his hand against his head and pushes his head against his hand. He repeats it for the otherside. It’s important no remember not to pull on the neck and instead to pushing against the hand. RIGHT TOP: (From top down) He extends one arm out and turn the hand down and press with the other hand. The turns the hand up and presses it against the other hand. It’s important not the pull on the fingers. Williams takes his extended arm and makes a fist. He tucks his thumb into his fist and flexes his hand down. The nerves that activate your wrist and hand muscles originates in the neck, and travel down the arm to the target tissue. It’s important to stretch the entire structure to insure proper blood flow, and improve nerve function. Please consult your physician before starting any fitness program.

A large variety of options are uselful including: massage, acupuncture, cortisone shots, and anti-inflammatories . One of the most cost-effective and simple ways to proactively address the inflammation is by doing stretches that target the inflammation. Doing a few simple stretches at your desk can help combat overuse injuries, inflammation, and fatigue. Once you’ve identified which areas you need to work on, you

can use stretching to increase blood flow and help bring nutrients to that tissue. Pictured are some simple seated stretches you can do anywhere to address inflammation in the hamstrings, lumbar area, neck, and wrist. Many ergonomic solutions are available in terms of better designed chairs, desks, computers, and even keyboard setups that can ease some of the symptoms.




LEFT: (From top down) Willaims performs a knee hug to loosen up the gluteals. He extends his leg and flexes his foot for a calf and hamstring stretch. He points his toes to stretch his shin. RIGHT: (From top down) Williams is seated with one leg extended and one leg bent. He reaches for his leg with the same side arm. For a greater stretch he reaches with both arms. The hamstrings (located on the back side of your thighs) can become shortened over time while sitting for long durations. This can lead to lower back problems, and postural distress. It is important to relieve tension of the hamstrings to avoid nerve inflammation in the thigh and lumbar area. Please consult your physician before starting any fitness program.

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Mac Millian Properties, Inc. McCarthy Ranch MCM Diversified Meriwest Mortgage

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Milligan Land Company, LLC

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#HeartofSV May Issue  

The #HeartofSV is the quarterly eMagazine, published by The silicon valley organization. It features the dedicated work being done by SVO pr...

#HeartofSV May Issue  

The #HeartofSV is the quarterly eMagazine, published by The silicon valley organization. It features the dedicated work being done by SVO pr...