Reduce headaches, neck pain, and computer pain with ease
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We teach you how to set up your laptop/computer to reduce headaches, neck pain using low-cost and easy strategies
5.0 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
323 students enrolled
Created by Robyn Papworth
Last updated 4/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand what could be causing your neck, back, shoulder, wrist or hip pain
  • Understand the importance of putting your health as a top priority
  • Understand the risks of using a laptop, computer or mobile phone for your work and learn ways to manage these risks
  • Learn how to set up your desk safely to suit your height, weight, and spine
  • Learn the importance of looking after your back, neck, and shoulders while sitting at your desk
  • Learn how to be more active at work with quick and easy tips
  • Learn how to manage physical and emotional stress while sitting at your desk
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Requirements
  • No materials or software are required before starting this course
Description

Do you experience headaches, neck, shoulder, wrist, and/or back pain when sitting at your desk?

Do you use a laptop to do your computer work?

I am an Exercise Physiologist and have spent the past 7 years helping people to reduce their pain, increase their productivity, and become happier by making minor changes to their laptop and computer set up.

I'm confident right now that you may be sitting on your phone looking down at your screen, or looking at your laptop while your laptop is resting on your lap or on a kitchen table. I'm confident that you may already be sitting here reading my introduction with neck or back pain. Or if you're not experiencing pain right now, I am confident that you may often feel uncomfortable, fidget, and feel unfocused.

If you're short like me I'm confident that you may be sitting with your feet on your chair in a cross-legged position, or you have your feet resting on the wheels of your desk chair because you find it difficult to reach the ground.

If you're a male or female with a large hand, I am confident that you may be using a mouse that is too small for you and if you're not already experiencing hand and finger pain, you may be finding it uncomfortable to use a computer mouse all day.

I'm not here to tell you basic information that you could get from 'google'. I'm here to help you look at your workstation set up and make changes today that can start to reduce your pain, discomfort, and loss of focus.

I have provided visual and real-life photos to show you what might be causing your pain and I provide you strategies for how to fix it.

So if you're sitting at your computer, laptop or phone and you either have your neck looking down; your feet resting on your chair; your hands holding a phone; or you're typing on a laptop without a separate keyboard, please put your health as a priority and take this course today.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who uses a laptop for more than 20 minutes at a time should take this course
  • Anyone who works at a computer for more than 2 hours a day should take this course
  • Teenagers and uni students should definitely take this course to prevent long term pain and injuries
  • Bloggers, entrepeneurs, small business owners should take this course as their health needs to be top priority for their business to thrive
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How to set up your desk safely to protect your spine
5 Lectures 46:03

Welcome to our how to set up your desk safely to protect your spine module.

I created this module online as I have found a large number of people working mobile from a laptop and when I see people working from a laptop I worry about the health and pain of their neck, shoulders, wrists, and lower back.

This module raises awareness about:

- the importance of protecting your spine from wear and tear and injury
- how the set up of your desk can impact your health
- how to set up your desk to protect your spine and health

Please feel free to ask any questions that you may have. I'm here to help you along the way with each lecture. Your feedback is also very important to us so please share your thoughts.

I hope you enjoy each lecture and gain helpful strategies that can reduce your pain and improve your health and productivity.

Preview 00:44

This lecture is part 1 of 3 for this module.

During this lecture you will learn the basic components of the spine.

We go through spinal anatomy so you can appreciate the importance of looking after your spine while sitting or standing at work or home.



Preview 13:02

This lecture is part 2 of 3 of the module.

During this lecture you will learn how to set up your keyboard and mouse at your desk so you reduce your risk of neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist injuries.

How to set up your desk safely - part 1
16:03

This lecture is part 3 of 3 of the module.

During this lecture you will learn how to set up your monitor, dual monitors, standing desk, chair, etc. so that you reduce your risk of neck, shoulder, elbow, back, hip, and wrist injuries.

This lecture also briefly covers the importance of taking eye breaks and rest breaks to promote circulation, metabolism, and productivity.


How to set up your desk safely - part 2
15:41

Thank you for taking part in our module. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.

Summary
00:33

Workplace Ergonomics Quiz
1 question
About the Instructor
Robyn Papworth
4.7 Average rating
15 Reviews
457 Students
4 Courses
Exercise Physiologist

I am an Exercise Physiologist with over 5 years experience running my own business and helping individuals to improve their health, fitness, pain management, and productivity.

I specialise in helping people with chronic health conditions, brain injury, and conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, multiple sclerosis, etc.

For the past 3 years I have also been specialising in workplace health programs where I improve the health and productivity of workers by adjusting their workstation ergonomics, running healthy life exercise programs at workplaces, and also running staff training programs to make workers more aware about the importance of their health.