All Ergonomics Articles

Is a Sit-Stand Desk Right for Me? 7 Things to Consider

People are quickly catching on to the benefits of ergonomically sound tools that goes far beyond a simple piece of office equipment.

Back Care for Sitting Work

Sitting has become a way of life for many Americans. Because we sit so much, it is necessary to be aware of the importance of sitting in a proper chair to keep your back pain free.

Is Your Work Space Spine-Friendly?

By avoiding excessive strain on your spine, you can leave your office feeling as refreshed as when you came to work. Learn 5 easy things you can do to make your work space more spine-friendly.

Workstation Ergonomics: Take a Break!

All ergonomists agree that it is a good idea to take frequent, brief rest breaks from computer and desk work.

Workstation Ergonomic Tips: Computer Monitors and Posture

Properly positioning your computer's monitor or screen and body posture are key ergonomic considerations when setting up a workstation.

Ergonomics: The Human Body and Injury Prevention

Ergonomics is concerned with how our environment interacts with our work. It also looks for ways to decrease the risks of injury and illness. Learn more in this article.

Ergonomically Designed Computer Products: Are All Beneficial?

Keyboard, mousing, writing and viewing documents on a computer monitor require different height adjustments for an optimal ergonomic work space.

Workstation Ergonomics: Keyboard and Computer Use

Many tips to help you set up your workstation to help avoid back and neck injury.

Ergonomic Guidelines for Computer Workstations - 10 Steps for Users

Creating a good ergonomic working arrangement is important to protecting your health.

Are You Sitting Comfortably? How Your Chair Can Cause Back Pain

There is no single best ergonomic chair. But there are questions to answer to help you determine if the chair is right for you.

Industrial Ergonomics: Material Handling and Back Injury

Industrial work-related musculoskeletal disorders are a primary cause of lost work days, productivity, and revenue.

Repetitive Motion Disorders (RMDs)

RMDs are injuries that usually develop slowly over a period of time. Initially, symptoms may be mild and come and go.

The Spine and Repetitive Motion Disorders (RMDs)

Many back injuries are caused by long-term, repetitive wear and tear on spinal structures.

Back Care for Dentists and Surgeons

This article outlines some ways that health care professionals can tackle their back pain head on.

Industrial Ergonomics: Prevent Injury from Hand and Power Tool Use

Research studies show that workers who are taught how to safely perform their jobs in a suitable environment are at reduced risk for work related muscuolskeletal disorders.
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