If you’re working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, you might find that your makeshift office is a literal pain in the neck.

Many people don’t have proper office chairs, and working for extended periods of time at your kitchen counter or hunched over a coffee table is not great for your body and overall health, Eric Robertson, a physical therapist and spokesperson for the American Physical Therapy Association, tells CNBC Make It. That means you have to be extra cognizant of your posture and routine, so you can combat the stress and strain that might come from working in a compromised position, he says. 

Here are some some cheap and creative ways to trick out your work-from-home setup to make it more ergonomic.

[Source: CNBC]