7 tips for improving office ergonomics.

  1. Check your monitor height.
  2. Check your monitor distance.
  3. Fix your seat back angle.
  4. Check your keyboard position.
  5. Adjust your seat pain angle.
  6. Get a foot rest.
  7. Ask your employer for a standing workstation.

While in the standing position, you can provide variety to your stance by using a fencer’s stance. You can actively stretch your legs by doing calf stretches or hip flexor stretches. Bring a soccer ball to work to adopt a Captain Morgan stance. This take pressure off of your hips and low back.

Published by Todd Lloyd

Dr. Lloyd is a chiropractor in San Francisco. He maintains an active interest in treating neck and shoulder pain and dysfunction.

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