How to Sit in Front of a Computer
If you think that only movers and construction workers put their backs at risk every day on the job, you would be mistaken. When working at a computer, it is common to curve your back and hunch close to your screen, which can cause back strain. The good news is that there are a few simple techniques you can use to keep your back healthy, even when you have to work on a computer for long hours.
With this video, learn how to protect your back from computer-related strain. You’ll learn about the importance of sitting up straight with your hips pressed to the back of your chair and how a footrest can help you maintain that position. You’ll also hear why your monitor should be at eye level.
If working at a computer has your back aching, call The Spine Institute of Nevada at 702-239-3787. We can get you out of pain and help you develop good working habits to protect your spine.