Put an end to Desk AcheMost people who work at a desk experience aches and pains in their neck and shoulders. A majority of people will put up with them, thinking they are inevitable, but this is not the case.
"Desk Ache" isn't inevitableWe see people everyday in our clinics who have put up with pain for months or sometimes years in their neck and shoulders, and sometimes, headaches that they put down to working at a desk. Once, we explain the issue, give them some simple exercises and advice, and start on some treatment, they all wish they'd come to see us sooner.
We want to put an end to Desk AcheWe have put together a simple free guide to show people that work at desks what they can do to quickly improve those aches and pains that they've been putting up with needlessly.
- Simple but effective exercises that you can do both at home and at work without having to stop working
- Advice on setting up your desk in a better way (this is not what a simple DSE assessment will recommend but is much more comfortable and practical)
- Education on the importance of posture (no "sit up straight" here). Practical advice that you can follow to improve your posture quickly.