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Ergonomic Tips for Going Back to the Office

From 2018 to 2019, there were over 69,000 non-fatal injuries in British workplaces.

When you think of workplace injuries, you probably think of slips and falls. But did you know you can sustain injuries that are quite serious from having the wrong desk setup?

Whilst many of us have been working from home, we’ve started to see an increasing number of businesses and organisations return to the Office. If you’re worried about handling your back pain after you’ve returned to work, here are some of Back Care Online’s Ergonomic tips so you can prevent painful injuries.

Check the Placement of Your Arms and Desk

When you're at your workstation, carefully analyse how you're sat. You need to sit as close to your desk as possible.

However, you need to ensure your elbows are at a 90-degree angle and that your upper arms are completely parallel to your back. You might need to adjust your office Chair to allow for this. You can find out more about office chairs in the next section of this blog. 

If possible, you should get a standup desk. Standup desks will come with a crank that easily lets you raise or lower the desk position.This will allow you to take a break from sitting and change your position at any point to what feels comfortable for you. Even whilst you're sitting, you’ll be able to adjust the desk to the perfect height in relation to your chair.

Another smart ergonomic tip you should consider is investing in a Humanscale foot rocker.  Foot rockers may seem quite simple, but they allow you to make your working position dynamic which can then promote healthy blood circulation and relieve pressures on your lower back.

Use an Ergonomic Chair

As well as your placement and positioning, the particular office chair you sit in will also make a huge difference. Ergonomic chairs are best since they're made specifically with the office worker in mind.

For instance, the Humanscale Freedom Chair has an upscale look with textile material but also provides complete support for your spine. It's designed to hug all the natural contours of your body to decrease pressure point loads. This means you'll be able to sit for hours with minimal back pain.

The Humanscale Liberty Chair is a mesh office chair that's specifically designed for lumbar support. Its clean design and mechanism-free reclining feature allows for comfort without complication.

Last, but not least, the Humanscale Diffrient World Chair is an all-mesh chair with a minimalistic design. However, that doesn't mean it doesn't provide you with great support while working. Its design uses physics and your own body's weight to balance out ergonomics whenever you're reclining in the seat.

All of Humanscale's chairs self-adjust to provide each user with a unique experience that's customised to their physical needs in the office.

Use These Ergonomic Tips for Better Productivity

Now you have several ergonomic tips to implement when you go back to work in the office. Not only do you need to adjust your surroundings, but it is recommended to invest in an ergonomic chair and desk to help relieve your back pain at work. 

When you improve your workstation, you set yourself up for success and a better experience at work. 

Are you interested in ergonomic Humanscale office chairs? Browse our selection today and prepare for a more comfortable return to the office.

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