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How can I reduce back, neck and wrist pain from computer, typing and desk work?
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Dr. Joshua Batt
Emergency Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Stretch and Movement
Use good posture/ ergonomics when sitting at the desk performing work related activities.
Regularly move your neck, shoulders, back and limbs through various positions as a quick range of motion exercise. Occasional stretches of the muscles in these areas will keep them from becoming too tense which can lead to pain.

In brief: Stretch and Movement
Use good posture/ ergonomics when sitting at the desk performing work related activities.
Regularly move your neck, shoulders, back and limbs through various positions as a quick range of motion exercise. Occasional stretches of the muscles in these areas will keep them from becoming too tense which can lead to pain.
Dr. Joshua Batt
Dr. Joshua Batt
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Dr. Raymond Wittstadt
Surgery - Hand Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Ergonomics
We are not designed to sit at a desk all day.
But proper ergonomics of your work station can help. Location of monitor, keyboard and mouse should be at comfortable levels. Regular breaks to allow for muscle recovery and position changes are helpful. Appropriate stretches and exercises are also important.

In brief: Ergonomics
We are not designed to sit at a desk all day.
But proper ergonomics of your work station can help. Location of monitor, keyboard and mouse should be at comfortable levels. Regular breaks to allow for muscle recovery and position changes are helpful. Appropriate stretches and exercises are also important.
Dr. Raymond Wittstadt
Dr. Raymond Wittstadt
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