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Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Jan 3, 2020

Computing Posture Reminder

Anyone that’s uses a computer all day at work knows how it can lead to less than desirable posture, which can lead to other problems.

An ongoing problem from bad posture when sitting at the computer is CTS or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Depending upon how long it goes untreated, the only relief could be through a surgical procedure and downtime to recover.

The good news is that it can be easy to avoid by changing how you sit at your desk.

The chair height is the starting point, so make sure it set to allow for a ninety degree bend of your knees with your feel flat on the floor.

The position of your wrists should be as close to parallel to the floor as possible, which may require you to reposition your keyboard.

If you want a physical aid to keep your wrists in the right position, checkout the offerings from IMAK at