12 Stretches to Improve Back Pain at Your Desk

Back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions among office workers. You might be fortunate enough to use a sit to stand desk, but working for several hours can still cause problems. Whether you’re sitting or standing, the muscles in your back and legs can become tight causing increased strain in your joints. Using a standing mat and taking breaks will help, but stretching is a more direct way…

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Writer. Consultant. Physical therapist turned digital transformation & change management consultant. Fueled by curiosity & driven to create positive impact.

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