More suffering from back problems due to working at home

Accountant Renee Tee getting treatment from chiropractor Ryan Van Den Heuvel for her back problems, caused by her working from home. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - When Covid-19 hit, last year, Ms Renee Tee, 30, spent seven months working at her dining table and chair for more than 10 hours daily.

It caused her to develop severe lower back pain, a stiff neck and migraines.

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