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“Working at a computer can cause back, neck and shoulder pains, headache, eye strain and overuse injuries of the arms and hands”  

The Victorian Government flags computer related injuries as having increasing impact on our health & well-being, especially given that many are now working remotely in highly digital jobs.

Physioworks can assist you with computer related pain

Leading Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Andrew Dalwood (FACP) has over 25 years’ experience in Work Place Physiotherapy, consulting to large, multinational companies & Victorian Government Departments to reduce injury frequency & improve workplace injury management – whether that is in the warehouse, in the office or when working at home.

As part of Physioworks Health Group Online Office & Home Ergonomic Assessments Andrew provides advice on correct desk set-up for the home & office.

“From desk set up to ongoing simple but effective exercise, there are many important considerations in preventing injury at the desk” said Andrew.

“Since lockdown restrictions have eased we have seen many clients presenting in-clinic with neck, shoulder and arm conditions, many of which are linked to using the computer at home during the lockdown period. With correct in office and/or at home assessment many of these painful conditions are preventable” added Andrew.

Andrew Dalwood & the Physioworks Health Group physiotherapy team can treat & help you manage computer pain & injuries – improving your health & well-being. Simply call your preferred clinic today.

Need Physioworks to assist you with an Online Office & Home Ergonomic Assessment: Learn more here

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