How to Choose a Monitor Riser for an Ergonomic Setup

Neck pain and shoulder pain can be attributed to a screen at your desk that is positioned too low from your eye level.  

For this reason, monitor risers were created to allow whatever screen you are using to work to be lifted to the best position for your body at the workstation.

In this article we will look at the different options for different screen types to raise your monitor to relieve neck and shoulder pain.

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Best Ergonomic Products for a Microsoft Surface

Microsoft Surface laptops have limited in-built ergonomic functionality, and using the laptop on top of your lap (see what we did there?) for long periods of time can cause drastic health issues and pain in the future.

For this reason, we have made it a priority to find some high quality, ergonomic solutions for the Microsoft Surface.  Here are our top products to help support you with your Microsoft Surface.

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3 Ways to Know It's an Ergonomic Keyboard

When it comes to investing in a computer keyboard - the options can be endless online.  For this reason, we're giving you 3 ways to know the computer keyboard you are looking into is ergonomically at gold standard.

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Ergonomic Chairs: The Armrest Debate

The debate stills stands today on whether or not it is more helpful or a hinderance to have armrests on office chairs.  We look at the pros and cons of using armrests and let you decide if this is the right ergonomic solution for you.

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Compact Ergonomic Keyboards - do they work?

What is a compact keyboard, and why change from the traditional computer keyboard?  We look at the factors on why this change can relieve aches and pains in the shoulders and arms.

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