Computer work can be a cause of neckpain, shoulder pain, headaches and RSI. Most of these symptoms can either be reduced or disappear completely when working specifically on the relaxation and activation of certain muscles as well as on the alignment of the back.
The most important factor to have a good posture in front of a computer is a good use of the shoulders. The shoulder area is a very complex system of muscles, tendons and bones which is designed to provide stabilty and mobility in the arms without compromising freedom of movement.
And a small change of posture can have an enormous effect on the mechanical movement in the shoulders. With Balancing Motions exercises you can improve the function of all those muscles to create an efficient and stable sitting position.
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