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Standing desks in General Practice

Do you want to know what it is like to use a standing desk in General Practice? Watch this video to see if this is your new time saver and patient engagement method.

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Standing desks in General Practice can be useful and effective both for clinician health and improved patient engagement and education.

Also see how standing desk use is viewed from a patient perspective in consultation.

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Standing desk to consider in General Practice

Flytta 2 desk: A great full standing desk and consistently top of class. Can be bought without the top if needed.

DrGandalf’s YoYo- 90: The actual desk I use, robust and stable. Great desk riser

YoYo 90 plus anti-fatigue mat: As above with the anti-fatigue mat combination good for getting started.

The facts benefits and cons of using standing desks.

The truth about Standing desks:

Alternate standing desks in general practice

Duronic DM05D1 desk riser: A cheaper desk riser, good base but I prefer the YoYo brand.

Flexispot anti-fatigue mat: A good mat to help prevent fatigue after standing.

YoYo desk mini: The smaller YoYo version. Also has a larger variant at 120cm if wanted.

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