It may seem quite trivial, but did you know that there is actually a good and bad way to hold your computer mouse ergonomically. Given we spend up to 8 hours each day working on our computers, and mostly holding our computer mouse, it does make sense that if you...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

Position, height and width of your keyboard Position The keyboard needs to be positioned squarely on your desk in front of you – as a cheat, the ‘B’ key should fall in line with the centre of your body. The board should be 6-7cm away from the desk edge for...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

This is a question that regularly finds its way into our inbox.   Firstly, it’s important to remember how and why you chose your new mouse in the first place. Did you focus more on the style of the mouse or on the website’s photos? Did you properly measure your...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

An office ergonomic assessment is designed to thoroughly assess an individual’s work environment as well as to educate each worker on correct ergonomic principles to use in their day to day work. It is generally completed by either an Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist with experience in workplace health and...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

Why all the fuss about ergonomic keyboards? What’s wrong with using the keyboard that came with my computer? The issue with traditional keyboards is that they are often too wide for the average user, coming in at a width of about 45cm. Using a keyboard that’s wider than necessary can...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics
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