the workplace and back pain: healthy seating
Long hours and stressful working situations can lead to poor working postures and this can cause aching muscles, neck and back pain. We can address poor posture by explaining the correct alignment and treating the joints and muscles that are causing pain. We will design specific exercise programmes for you to improve muscle balance and core stability exercises so that the corrected posture can be maintained.
We can assess your working environment to find the best solution to meet your physical needs and improve your comfort and efficiency.
muscular aches and pains
If you are dependent on the Use of computers to do your work (DSE user,) you may be at risk of BACK problems. Risk factors at work include:
fatigue and stress
Fatigue and stress can be the result of a number of factors, and regular breaks away from screen work will help reduce aches and pains and stress due to lack of movement and poor quality breathing.
It is important for the DSE user to be aware of correct working postures and how to adjust their seating for maximum comfort. We can analyse your workstation, identifying common risks for DSE users. We can then a report with valid recommendations taking into account your views and outline of problems related to the workplace.