How should you be sitting in front of your computer to avoid neck and back pain, and headaches?
Cameron, from myPhysioSA Mount Barker, talks you through how to best sit and simply explains how to set up your chair and workstation for the best ergonomics.
If your sitting posture and workstation set up isn’t good, then you have a high risk of developing neck pain, back pain and/or headaches, especially if you are spending hours per day sitting in front of your computer.
Ergonomics involves finding your ideal position relative to your chair, desk, keyboard/mouse and computer monitor. Cameron explains how to do this.