Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all of our clinics are currently closed. We have moved our services online so we can still provide access to specialist advice and home exercise programmes to keep you moving during these uncertain times.

Online Workstation Assessment

physiotherapy

Prolonged desk-based working has been shown to have several negative impacts upon both the body and mind due to sub-optimal postures. These impacts can be experienced after a short period of time and without action can lead to longer term chronic musculoskeletal issues.

Sustained poor posture can create a cascade of adaptations, which leads to ‘Tissue’ (muscle, tendon, ligaments) and ‘Joint’ stress creating lingering joint or muscle pain.

At some point in their lives, forty percent of people will get Low Back Pain and sixty percent of people will experience neck pain. This is where proper postural dynamics can help alleviate pain, otherwise, it can lead to chronic conditions, such as:

  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • DeQuirain’s Tenosynivitis

How Does it Work?

If you work from home and you’re experiencing pain or discomfort then this assessment would be the perfect resolution for you.

Once you’ve booked an appointment you will be sent a pre-assessment questionnaire to complete prior to your online workstation assessment. One of our physiotherapists will then connect with you at the time of your online appointment via our secure TeleHealth software to complete the assessment. Our online workstation assessments include:

  • A review of your home working environment and set up
  • Assessment of your sitting and/or standing posture at your workstation
  • A bespoke video exercise programme sent via our mobile application
  • Advice regarding any ergonomic equipment that you may require

How Do I Book?

You can book directly into our therapists’ diaries using our online booking portal.

Private Health Insurance?

If you would like to use your private health insurance please call us on 0800 368 9775 or email hello@physiolounge.co.uk.

What Our Clients Say

Connect With Us