ERGONOMICS

The field of ergonomics seeks to provide comfort and support for your posture to prevent body pain. Find out how ergonomics may help reduce back pain and help with pain management.
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Ergo Rule Number Three: Elbows Close, Arms and Wrists Straight

Ergonomics can help prevent back pain. Learn how to prevent injuries when doing computer tasks by using ergonomics in this article.

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  • The Ultimate Ergonomics Quiz

    The Ultimate Ergonomics Quiz

    Most people spend the majority of their day in their workplace, so it is easy to understand how a workplace that is poorly set up can cause you injury. Using the principles of ergonomics you can make your workplace a safer and healthier environment. Take this quiz to see how many rules of ergonomics you know. See more »

  • Ergo Proctor Hoc: Lessons in Ergonomics

    Ergo Proctor Hoc: Lessons in Ergonomics

    Learn how to prevent injuries when doing computer tasks by using ergonomics in this article. See more »

  • Ergo Rule Number One: Good Posture and Back Support

    Ergo Rule Number One: Good Posture and Back Support

    Good posture and back support can help prevent back pain. Learn how to prevent injuries when doing computer tasks by using ergonomics in this article. See more »

  • Ergo Rule Number Three: Elbows Close, Arms and Wrists Straight

    Ergo Rule Number Three: Elbows Close, Arms and Wrists Straight

    Ergonomics can help prevent back pain. Learn how to prevent injuries when doing computer tasks by using ergonomics in this article. See more »

  • Ergo Rule Number Two: Head, Neck and Shoulders Straight; Eyes Focused Comfortably

    Ergo Rule Number Two: Head, Neck and Shoulders Straight; Eyes Focused Comfortably

    Learn how to prevent injuries when doing computer tasks by using ergonomics in this article. See more »

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