The dangers of sitting for hours on end are now widely recognised – this should come as no surprise. It is currently estimated that approximately 50% of Australian workers are employed in jobs that require sitting at least some of the time. As industries and processes become further automated, this is projected to increase exponentially.

The dangers of sitting for hours on end are now widely recognised – this should come as no surprise. It is currently estimated that approximately 50% of Australian workers are employed in jobs that require sitting at least some of the time. As industries and processes become further automated, this...

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What is Forearm Pain? Forearm pain is discomfort or pain that occurs in your forearm and is one of the most commonly reported ergonomic related issues. It can occur on its own or can be present with elbow, wrist, hand and/or finger pain. Typically the pain or discomfort symptoms can...

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What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis Elbow (or Lateral Epicondylitis - technical name) is an upper limb injury caused by overuse of your arm, forearm, and hand muscles that results in elbow pain. Despite the name, you do not have to play tennis to get tennis elbow. The injury is caused...

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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is an upper limb injury caused by compression of the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into the palm of your hand. The median nerve is responsible for the control of sensation to the palm side of the thumb and...

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Shoulder Pain is one of the top 5 most reported ergonomic related issues in people with white collar job roles. Often gradual in onset, it can quickly develop into a constant aching and throbbing pain that worsens at the end of each day or the end of the week. There...

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