Standing Desk Strategies

Today (more than ever!) there are just so many options when it comes to relieving back pain. If you’ve ever had back pain, and the majority of readers probably have, you’ve probably looked at anything to give you some relief. I know I have! One of the more popular ways to ‘fix’ back pain today is with a standing desk. But they can be expensive and guess what? Lower back pain relief is not guaranteed! That leaves many of us simply unwilling to make the purchase so it’s valuable to figure out beforehand if you would be a good candidate. Otherwise you could just be throwing your money away… and no one wants that!

In this post I answer a question from George, who asks if a standing desk could help resolve his long-term lower back pain. I give a simple strategy to figure out if a standing desk is right for you before making the purchase… Enjoy!

See for YOURSELF if standing while you work would benefit you.

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Research has shown that standing while working yields more energy and alertness. But don't just trust me, see for yourself! Download this guide, join the challenge and I'll tell you exactly how to do it in weekly! Join the #StandingDeskChallenge today!

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Through the administration of countless assessments in both private and public sectors, Darcie has gained a wealth of knowledge and built a successful practice in the field of ergonomics. She has extensive expertise in conducting office ergonomics assessments in large scale workplaces for all different types of scenarios, from simple adjustments to incredibly complex cases. Darcie also has vast experience in delivering training presentations on the various aspects of ergonomics “best practices” in the workplace. Darcie is a Certified Professional Ergonomist through the Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics, as recognized by the International Ergonomics Association. She also has a Masters of Science, specializing in ergonomics. A little known fact about Darcie is that she once scored from half, off a free kick, in a university varsity soccer (football) match!

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