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Ergonomic Tools

Canterbury Spinal Specialist, Dr. Christian Farthing, provides a Chiropractic and back care insight into Ergonomic tools necessary for the workplace.

Prevent “techno-stress”, a recurrent byproduct of today’s workplace, frequently takes it toll on your spine and ultimately your health.

Sitting hunched over a keyboard all day can wreak havoc on your spine. In fact, a slumped forward posture can actually force your spine out of alignment, resulting in pain, arthritis and spinal problems.

That is why the correct ergonomic tools are an essential ingredient for protecting your health and preventing problems in the future.

As a chiropractor in Australia and Spinal Specialist in ergonomics in the UK, I have helped literally hundreds of employees learn about correct posture and health. Along my journey I have saved companies literally thousands of pounds annually. Sickness and days off work due to back pain is a thing of the past, but unfortunately for many companies, they are still living in the past.

That is why I wanted to find out the best available ergonomic tools to help companies support their employees. Then I discovered Think. I was pleasantly surprised to find excellent quality at an affordable price.

Whilst living in Canterbury and running a practice with Chiropractors, Spinal Specialists and Therapists, I see literally hundreds of people every month who suffer from back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, carpal tunnel and all kinds of pain syndromes induced from poor workplace ergonomics.

If you suffer with back pain or any other condition related to workplace ergonomics, you need to read on.

Whether it is your chair-desk setup or your chair-desk-screen setup, it needs to be personalized for you. Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Physiotherapists all understand the importance of correct posture. That is why it is imperative that your cock-pit, where you spend most of your day needs to be set correctly.

If you desk is too high, it can lead to carpal tunnel, repetitive stress injury (RSI) and frozen shoulder.

If you desk is too low, it can lead to back pain, upper back tension, repetitive stress injury (RSI), forward head posture, tension headaches and chronic rounded shoulders.

If your computer screen is too high, it can lead to tension headaches, migraines, dizziness, vertigo, neck pain and shoulder pain.

If you computer screen is too low it can lead to neck problems, headaches and tension.

These are just brief examples of how the incorrect ergonomics over time can negatively affect your health.

As a Chiropractor in Australia and now a Spinal Specialist in Canterbury, Kent, I have taken a personal interest in helping companies and employees find the most effective and affordable office tools for protecting their health.

I live in the real world and understand that “you get what you pay for”. With regard to Think, they provide superior products that will last the test of time. I have made the common mistake like most people and shopped around in Canterbury and Thanet to try and save money on a chair. Within months I needed to replace it! I soon learnt that it would have been cheaper to get a proper chair from Think instead of trying to save a few pounds in the first place.

Your ergonomic tools are an investment in your health. Take it from me, “spend a little more and save lots later.”

In closing, I want to let you know that I was not paid to write this feature article. I simply felt compelled to share with you my personal and professional experience with Think.

I trust that your experience will be as good as mine.

In health & discovering the best ergonomic tools for your workplace,

Dr. Christian H. E. Farthing
BAppSc(ClinSc); BCSc; FCBP; M.A.O.
Chiropractor (Australia)
Spinal Specialist (UK)


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