Tue, 22 Aug 2017
Many of us work in desk-based roles that requires constant sitting at our workstations for prolonged periods. The postures and practices a person adopts throughout the day can have a significant impact on their risk of developing computer-related health issues, such as pain, fatigue, stress and physical and visual discomfort. Setting up your workstation correctly is key to preventing these health issues. Here is a guideline to setting up a good work station:
Creating positive working habits
Prevention is the key to avoiding any computer related health issues. Our occupational therapists are available to complete workstation assessments at your office. Ask your local Active+ clinic to get one of our Occupational Therapist’s to come out and see you.
-Amy Burr, Principal Physiotherapist, Active+ Counties Care
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