Laptop ergonomics is are specific and critical part of avoiding pain at the office. Sitting at your desk all day can cause some surprising pain, even if you’re barely moving. You might stick your neck out, scrunch your shoulders up to your ears, hunch over your desk with a curved spine, or rest your wrists in a twisted position. There’s so much stress that you could be placing on your body from simply typing.
Point Performance’s therapists have demonstrated ways to sit properly at your desk, roll your shoulders back, open your chest, and stretch while on the job. This video below demonstrates proper ergonomics for your laptop – great for adults and kids who spend a lot of time in front of the computer.