With many offices closed due to COVID-19, our community finds themselves in uncharted territory: working from home. Try these stretches when you take your hourly breaks to keep your body limber and your brain productive!
Office Blog Posts
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common injury of the wrist and hand. Check out this article to learn more about why carpal tunnel occurs and how it is treated!
A lack of thoracic (upper back) mobility can lead to neck, low back and shoulder pain, especially in office workers with sedentary jobs. Check out this article to learn more about why thoracic mobility is important and how to improve it.
Sitting all day is detrimental to your health, check out this article on how to get moving at work and the advantages of Sit/Stand desks
Most injuries experienced by office workers are due to the highly static nature of office work.
Office workers put their body through a tremendous amount of stress each and every day you are at work. If you think about it, most office workers spend around 2000 hours sitting behind a desk each and every year!
You can’t avoid the work that needs to be done but you can avoid Musculoskeletal Injury (MSI) from a poorly designed workstation.