Tips for Quarantine Telework

Working from home or “teleworking” has become the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. While some workers may have been working from home one or two days a week prior to COVID-19, they are now doing it daily, which can mean an increased amount of back and neck pain. Especially when working without a proper workstation, such as working from the couch/coffee table or kitchen table, telework can lead to postural issues and pain.

With so many of us working from home, the need for a dedicated, comfortable work station has become more important than ever. Below are links to a series of blog posts from 2017 regarding proper workstation ergonomics.

Do You Experience Back Pain While Sitting at Your Desk?
Workstation Ergonomics and Posture Part 2
Workstation Ergonomics and Posture Part 3 – Commute to Work

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Talk to you soon.

Dr. Rosenberg

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