Display Screen Equipment Assessments

Incorrect desk posture is now becoming recognised as one of the reasons for lost working hours due to headaches, neck, back and limb problems.  

Our combined massage and desk assessment packages are an excellent way to resolve employee discomfort.     

Did you know that all employers have a duty under the Display Screen Regulations 1992 to train and advise ALL DSE users about the risks in DSE work and how to avoid these by safe, effective working practices, see the following ,link for more info:     


We at RevitaliseU-Kent have been specialising in staff well-being at work for a number of years now. From experience, through our staff well being treatments, we have found that many employees have minor neck and back issues relating to incorrect posture whilst at their desk, at home, on their phone and even driving. We are here to help staff work out what is causing their acute or chronic discomfort and discuss possible solutions with them. We quickly recognised that we needed to see some of our clients at their desk to provide a complete service, as incorrect desk posture is a very common problem. By providing a desk assessment we can help prevent staff from working in discomfort and possibly having to take time off sick as a result. Therefore, for us to provide this extra service, we contacted Posturite, one of the leading U.K. Businesses in ergonomic and product services and undertook their training to become Display Screen Equipment Assessors. We have several DSE options available below. Prices are available on request, please contact us for more information and to discuss what suits your business needs the best.    

 Bolt on Massage options We have found through experience that after checking over a staff members desk, it is beneficial for them to receive a massage! Therefore we have a “Bolt On” massage service which can be added to any of our DSE options.  

Again we provide two options: 

Neck and Shoulder massage at the desk, available for 10, 15 or 20 minute slots.  

Seated massage, using an ergonomic chair away from the desk available for 20 minute slots.