When WFH Causes Back Pain

For most people, the push to work from home is more about scheduling freedom than anything. Research shows that people are just as productive, if not more, when working remotely compared with a traditional office setting. However, a drawback of working from home is that most individuals don’t have a workspace designed with ergonomics in mind. Over time, hunching over a kitchen table in a dining chair, or sitting on a couch, can lead to sacroiliac (SI) pain. When such pain occurs, is a sacroiliac joint fusion necessary?