If you work in an office and end up sitting for 6 or more hours a day, you’re probably familiar with tension and pain in your neck and shoulders.

Often times this will lead to headaches, especially if you work in front of a computer.

Lower back pain is also very common for office workers, due to the amount of compressive pressure on the joints and discs.

During this presentation, I lay out a simple 3-step process to adjust your workstation to help you reduce these types of pain.

And I also share 4 other simple tips to help you keep things like back pain, neck pain and headaches at bay. Enjoy!

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