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Working from home?

Have you noticed that your back, neck, or shoulders have been aching at the end of the day after working from home or have you heard from another about this being a recent problem? Unfortunately, this can be a common side effect from working at home at a computer. Below we discuss a few prevention strategies and a few tips to help if you currently are experiencing pain.

Work set up:

Take Breaks:

Exercises for prevention and management:

Even if you are not working from home it can be beneficial to incorporate these strategies when sitting for a prolonged period of time. Take control of your work posture and pain today!

 

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