Are you working from home full-time due to coronavirus?
Even if you’re used to working from home one or two days a week, the transition to working full-time at home can reveal problems with your workstation.
With more and more of us now working in home offices, we want to help you avoid the aches and pains that come from an improper working environment putting undue stress on your body.
Even small adjustments to your workstation can make a huge difference to your comfort, and, with it being unclear when we might be returning to offices, it’s important to prevent any unnecessary harm or injury to your body during this time.
Here are 9 desk-based exercises you can try at home.
What is an Online Workstation Assessment?
To enable you to get the right set up for your home office, we are now offering online workstation assessments.
Our Chartered Physiotherapists will assess how you work and advise on the best layout of your equipment (screen, keyboard, chair, etc.), provide adjustments to your posture, and share desk-based exercises to keep your body moving.
- We have provided workstation assessments for over 25 years and our clients include:
- Allen and Overy
- Standard Chartered Bank
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
- McDermott Will and Emery
- Seven Investment Management
- Akin Gump Strauss Hauer Feld
- AIA Worldwide
- Air Charter Services
- Amnesty International
- British Airways
- RMPI Railpen
- Squire Patton Boggs
Who are The Physio Company?
We have provided both face to face and online workstation assessments for international banks, law firms, and individuals for many years – and now we want to share our expertise with the large numbers of people currently working from home.
All our assessors are Chartered Physiotherapists who are experts in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and are ideally placed to help you figure out your home office setup.