If you are a working professional, you must be spending on an average 5-6 hours in a sitting posture. Continuously sitting for long hours results in overload on the shock absorbing discs between your vertebrae causing neck pain and back pain. A good sitting posture at work goes a long way for maintaining a healthy spine. Look out for a seat with good back support. Your arms need to be rested on the chair's armrest supporting the natural position. Knees and hips need to be at the same level while seated. And above all, take breaks and give your body a good stretch. Follow this simple checklist to maintain a good sitting posture at work and keeping spinal injuries at bay.