Your infographic guide to work from home back pain

Is working from home causing you back pain or discomfort? There are many common traps people fall into at home that can increase the risk of back pain, including slouching at laptops, and simply not getting up enough.

From moving every 20-30 minutes, to purging the clutter on your desk to make room for well-positioned equipment, there are many simple and sometimes surprising steps you can take to reduce your chances of developing a bad back while working from home.

For more advice and specific product recommendations, head to our online guide to work from home back pain, or go ahead and browse our entire ergonomic home office section. Otherwise, we hope you like and share our back care infographic.