Paper cuts are just an example of how someone could be injured at work. We are more concerned with the everyday influences on the body from the office work environment.

Office-Ergo assess a person’s office work station for the common and not-so-common mechanical imbalances and behaviors that put a person’s body at risk for injury. Suggestions to improve the posture and function of a person in the office may include changing furniture or equipment, organization of the office space for function, ways to minimize the unavoidable strains, how to resist and recovery from those strain and training on body mechanics.

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