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Home Office Ergonomics: Tips from Minnesota Experts

When working from home, you can’t simply ‘make do’. Poor ergonomics can contribute to muscle strain, fatigue, and general imbalance.


Ergonomics for the home workstation might seem to be fairly straightforward: the desk, chair and monitor should all be at a comfortable height, similar to the office workspace.


Yet so many teleworkers and hybrid employees experience discomfort and pain daily while working from home.


In the Twin Cities Telework by Commuter Services webinar, Home Office Ergonomics, Minnesota chiropractors Dr. Sara Cuperus and Dr. Chad Henriksen explain why those who work from home often experience more pain, and give practical tips on how to make the home worksite more user friendly.


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