Working at a computer all day can lead to discomfort. Headsets—as we just learned—are one solution, but muscle pain is a risk even when you’re not on the phone. If you start feeling pain in the neck, back, wrist, or other parts of the body, stretching those muscles can provide some relief.

In this video, we present a series of stretches that can help you throughout the day. They don’t take very long, but can go a long way in helping you remain productive at work.

Office Ergonomics

1. Adjusting your Chair
2. Mouse and Keyboard
3. Monitor Placement
4. Lighting
5. Headsets
6. Stretches for Office Workers

Feel free to share this video with your employees. You can also download and share our Stretches for Office Workers publication. For help in designing a workstation, download our checklist.

The above evaluations and/or recommendations are for general guidance only and should not be relied upon for medical advice or legal compliance purposes. They are based solely on the information provided to us and relate only to those conditions specifically discussed. We do not make any warranty, expressed or implied, that your workplace is safe or healthful or that it complies with all laws, regulations or standards.