It can be hard to maintain proper posture, especially if you have a desk job. Following are four keys from Carrington College that can help you sit properly as you work.
Putting these tips into practice can help you avoid the pain and discomfort caused by chronic bad posture. At the same time, it is important to realize that bad posture isn't the only cause of back pain, neck pain and headaches. Talk to your physical therapist if you need help, as he or she may identify the root cause of your discomfort and help you get rid of it.
A special thank you to Monica Gomez for assistance in writing this post.
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