Are you one of the many people out who sit too much because of your job? Well, you have to know that the lack of activity and staying in a seated position for a long time could have serious effects contributing to joint pain, weight gain and back pain. There...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

Many of our clients and customers often ask us for a simple Workstation Ergonomic Checklist that they can use on their new employees or simply complete themselves. So we've taken some timeout to create this FREE resource for all our customers and clients to use. This Workstation Ergonomic Checklist was...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

Keyboard
 I experience pain in my neck and shoulder when typing Your keyboard needs to be positioned correctly in order to minimize the risk of developing neck, shoulder, forearm and wrist pain. It should be positioned square on your desk (not off to one side) and the “B” key should...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics

Computer Mouse Your mouse should be placed within easy reach of your dominant hand. Traditional mouses do not promote comfortable working postures. Traditional mouses tend to promote over activation of forearm muscles, wrist extension and wrist deviation movements. The goal for best practice computer mouse ergonomics is to keep your...

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Computer Monitor
 I experience neck pain when looking at the computer monitor Make sure to position your monitor in front of you not on either off-sides. The computer monitor should be adjusted in such a way that you are directly looking at the computer monitor and your eyes are level...

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By No More Pain Ergonomics
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