5 Reasons You Experience Neck Pain Sitting at a Computer

We’ve all experienced aches and pain after sitting at our computers for long periods. You know the drill . . . you’re working on a project that’s due tomorrow. You’re focused and making great progress. The next thing you know, several hours have passed and you’ve been working in the same position. As you begin to move, you notice that your neck really stiff and sore — you even have a slight…

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

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