Aches and pains caused by working from home? We can help!

Woman holding her back while working at a computer

We’re now over half-way through the second national lockdown in England, and it’s been eight months since the government advised that – those of us who can – must work from home.

Many of us aren’t equipped with ergonomic chairs, adjustable desks or even a permanent workspace at home, so we’re having to make do with temporary work stations such as the dining room table or the kitchen counter. All of this is a minefield for body aches and pains due to bad posture and a less-than-ideal work setup.

If you’re having an issue with back pain, it’s best to do something about it rather than letting the problem persist. The Kent Sport Physiotherapy Clinic remains open throughout the national lockdown, and offers online or face-to-face physiotherapy appointments. The experienced physiotherapist, Victoria Annis, has helped multiple clients with back pain issues throughout lockdown, and has availability in November and December.

To book an appointment, email physio@kent.ac.uk, or visit their website for further information.

Please read the FAQs to find out how they’re  keeping their staff and customers safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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