Stop Neck Pain at Work
Other than returning back to the office after the festivities of Christmas and the New Year, sitting down at your desk and looking at your computer constantly might make this return an even more painful one.
A University of Queenslands researcher, Dr Xiaoqi Chen studied the pairing and effect of ergonomic adjustments with a set of strengthening exercise on pain levels for 760 Brisbane office workers.
The results were that those who performed the exercises regularly reported a reduction in neck pain at work.
Find out what these exercises are, and how you too, can reduce your neck pain at work.
Learn about them here. “Try these simple exercises to help stop neck pain giving you grief at work”
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