Most of us have become familiar with working remotely since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unfortunately, most homes simply do not have the space to accommodate today’s ergonomic office furniture, nor do most people invest in it. If you are working from your home, it’s likely that you are either using your computer on a regular table or a kitchen countertop, or you are on your bed or sofa. With poor workstation setups and prolonged physical inactivity, chances are you aren’t working with a healthy posture. These can all contribute to neck ache and back ache.