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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An ergonomically set up workstation can help to reduce the risk of discomfort, pain and injury. Evaluating the ergonomics of your workstation requires a step by step process. Using this step by step guide, you will be able to ensure your setup is ergonomically at its best and hopefully will...

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How many hours do you spend sitting each day? The chances are, like many Australians, the answer is too much. The Australian Heart Foundation suggest we spend up to 15 hours every day sitting. All of this time spent sitting is having a detrimental effect on our health and our...

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