Work from home pain-free

Online ergonomics and pain-relieving physiotherapy exercise programmes for employees working from home.

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Relieving work-related musculoskeletal injuries is our game

Are you suffering from back pain, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, hip and knee pain?

Did it all begin shortly after you started working from home?

It could be work-related musculoskeletal disorder (MSD).

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What is Musculoskeletal Disorder?

What is Musculoskeletal Disorder?

Can you remember your first time? When your colleague walked up to you and complained of knee pain. Or was it when they called in sick with disc prolapse? Or you might have heard that shoulder pain is the common injury in your workplace? How did you feel? Did you know...

Let’s Get You Working Pain-Free Again

1

Must-Have Home Office Items to Work Pain-Free

Working without developing injuries begins with your home office workstation. These 18 pointers would help you get started.

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computer workstation self-evaluation checklist

Set Up Your Computer Workstation Correctly

Ergonomics is the correct way to go when setting up your workstation. This checklist would help you self-evaluate your workstation ergonomically.

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Office Exercises Poster

Experiencing niggles and discomfort when you work?

Are you sitting still for too long?  Feeling tight and stiff?

Grab a copy of this poster with exercises you can do daily to improve your flexibility and get you moving every hour during your working shift.

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Niggle getting worse?

Are you unable to resolve that niggle? Do you want a look-in? Help you address the workstation issue? Let’s help you assess your workstation virtually. 

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Constant pain when you work?

Have you been struggling with pain for a while now? Is it affecting work? Is the pain escalating?

Work-related musculoskeletal injuries can quickly escalate if not treated early. Book a free consultation and let’s help you regain your health.  

ugo akpala-alimi of ergohealth

Hi! I’m Ugo

Chartered Physiotherapist.

MSc. Ergonomics.

Work-Related Musculoskeletal Health Specialist.

I have worked in the NHS, private hospitals and various companies around the country for almost 20 years. Assessed numerous workstations both in the office and industrial settings.

Recently, most of us have now taken up working from home and having to navigate work with home life has raised major health challenges. And sadly, our bodies are paying the price. We are developing musculoskeletal injuries like back, knee and neck pain.

My one mission is to help you work from home without pain-free.

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"Thank you for your assessment. We ordered the furniture as soon as the assessment was recieved. Thank you for your advice on going for a trial period with the chair which was very useful."

Gavin Kenneth

Deputy Head Teacher, Archbishop’s School

" I really appreciated the fact that we were constantly kept informed which made for a great working relationship."

Gillian Fifield

Office Manager, Innosol Ltd

Office Exercises Poster

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