In addition to ensuring that your chair and monitors are arranged well and so that they don’t contribute to any back or neck pain, consider the other things you do at work and how to adapt them.
If you use a phone, place it on your non-dominant side. This way you can answer the phone, hold it with your hand, and write or type with your dominant hand. If you don’t do this, you may be inclined to pin the phone between your shoulder and face, which will hurt your neck.
Conversely place pens and writing tools on your dominant side
Be sure your keyboard is in easy reach and if you need to bend your wrists up or down in order to be level just over the keyboard, go back and check your chair is at the proper height.