Free Physical Therapy Worksheet: Easy Workplace Stretches for Any Setting

Spending at least ten minutes each day stretching can help anyone feel better!

Office Syndrome refers to a group of common muscle pains that can be caused by repetitive muscle strain due to long periods of time sitting or standing in unhealthy positions.

Fill out our form and receive an instant download of our free physical therapy worksheet for your patients! Whether they are in an office or working remote from home, these simple stretches can help ease workday tensions.

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