SITTING WITH SCIATICA What does ergonomics have to do with sciatica? A lot, actually! If you have sciatica, you know low back, buttock, and leg pain can make working at a desk all day painfully difficult. What is Sciatica? Sciatica is common among sedentary adults, although it is often confused...

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Eye Strain In The Office If you are one of the over 50% Australian population that works at an office desk, odds are you work on a computer screen or tablet.  Recent statistics show that Australian office workers now use a computer for their work on an average 8 hours a...

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Conclusion Document holders place working physical documents in the most optimal, ergonomic position to minimise risk of neck pain, fatigue and eye strain. There are many types of document holders and it is important to position them correctly to optimise their use. For any more information regarding document holders or...

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Conclusion Incorporating a footrest into your work ergonomics has many health benefits and allows you to work more comfortably and productively.  There are many types of footrests available on the market now with different features depending on the desk setup and user preference.  No More Pain Ergonomics have a wide...

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Conclusion The debate stills stands today on whether or not it is more helpful or a hinderance to have armrests on office chairs.  If in doubt, always seek advice from a health professional on their assessment of our individual needs to the right solution. We hope this has given some...

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