Tuesday October 16th 2018



‘Ergonomics’ Archives

With Chairs, One Size Fits None

You might want to stand up for this: There's just a 4% chance that your chair is right for your body. Dr. Scott Bautch, president of the American Chiropractic Association's Occupational Health Council, says most manufactures make furniture for an average male -- someone 5 foot 10 and 165 pounds. But just 4% of Americans are this size. [...]

Ergonimics Interview with Joseph Sweere, DC

Ergonimics Interview with Joseph Sweere, DC

Ergonomics and Chiropractic: Joseph Sweere, DC discusses with Jason C. Steinle, DC proper ergonomics in the work place. Topics discussed include: 1. Picking a desk chair 2. Setting up your monitor 3. Keyboard height 4. Leg position Dr. Sweere is a professor at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis, MN and he is the author [...]

Computer Ergonomics

It may surprise you to know that sitting...yes sitting...is one of the hardest activities on the back. Poor posture when sitting in front of a computer places more strain on the low back than walking or standing. And...its not only the low back that takes a hit when logging time at a computer. Your neck, shoulders, wrists, forearms and thoracic [...]

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