People are suffering from lower back, shoulder and neck pain and headaches from working at home

Lillian Altman
By Lillian Altman
May 24 2022 - 12:00am
ERGONOMICS: Physio Freedom director and physiotherapist Clifton Watt gives ergonomic working from home tips. Picture: Anthony Brady

AN influx of injuries are surfacing among employees who have worked from home the past two years.


Lillian Altman

Lillian Altman


Lillian is an experienced journalist who joined Warrnambool Standard in late 2021. She has a particular interest in writing stories on the arts and culture, health, education, breaking news, police stories, as well as human interest and profiles.

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