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  • Work from Home Ergonomics

  • By now, you’re probably used to the work-from-home culture. It has been nearly three years since the coronavirus came to the United States, and working from home has become much more commonplace. How’s it going? While we have all gotten much more accustomed to working from home, a reminder for improved work from home ergonomics could only be of use, right?

    Featured below is some excellent advice from San Francisco chiropractor Dr. Amelia Mazgaloff on minimizing pain and maintaining the benefits of care by putting work from home ergonomics into practice.

    • Do something physical every day. Doing physical activity that improves your posture is preferred because you are likely sitting significantly more than you were before! Here are some exercises you can do for neck pain and low back pain.
    • Take short breaks and call friends who are at home. It is important to maintain social connections even when working from home.

    We hope you are able to implement as many of Dr. Mazgaloff’s ergonomics suggestions as possible into your daily work from home ergonomics routine. As always, check with your trusted chiropractor if chiropractic adjustments are right for you. Choose chiropractic before medication and surgery and visit our website, like us on Facebook or Instagram, or call us for an appointment.