One unintended consequence of the great migration to remote work has been employees developed WFH-related injuries in their home office settings. According to a survey from the American Chiropractic Association, 92 percent of the 213 responding chiropractors reported having more patients complain of back or neck pain, among other musculoskeletal issues in early 2020, after the stay-at-home orders were implemented.
Simple changes and updates to home office setups could help avoid these types of injuries. We’ve put together a list of the most common WFH injuries and tips to avoid them.
Neck and Shoulder Pain
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