Work From Home Ergonomics

Because living in pain isn’t part of the new normal.

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As coronavirus cases surged in early March, companies across the country shifted from standard operating procedures to work-from-home mandates overnight. Employees went from in-office workstations – that are often designed around ergonomic considerations – to thrown-together setups in whatever nook or free-space they could find in their homes. Many have now spent the last few months in less-than-ideal workstation setups.   

With COVID-19 cases across the US continuing to rise, any hopes of getting back to “normal” office life seem off in the distance. But there is good news! Common ailments and injuries can and should be prevented in the workplace – even when that workplace is in your home.

This e-book aims to be a resource for those working from home who may be experiencing these common ailments.

In this e-book you’ll learn practical tips for dealing with…

– Workstation ergonomics
– Headaches
– Back pain
– Wrist & Thumb pain
– And more!

Work From Home Ergonomics E-Book
With COVID-19 cases across the US continuing to rise, any hopes of getting back to “normal” office life seem off in the distance. This e-book aims to be a resource for those working from home who may be experiencing common ailments from a less-than-ideal workstation setup.

If your stiffness, soreness, numbness and pain persists, or you have a question about setting up a proper workstation in your home, contact the physical therapy team at Limitless Physical Therapy in Eugene and Albany, Oregon to discuss options for an initial assessment.

Disclaimer: The information in this e-book, including text, images, and all other materials, is provided for educational purposes only, and not as a replacement or supplement to professional medical advice. Please contact a certified healthcare professional or your primary physician for any personal concerns.

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