Home Office/Computer
Caregiver/Patient Handling

Comfort in Your Home Office

If you have a home office, there’s a good chance that it has not been set up to promote good ergonomic health.

Many home offices are little more than a small computer space tucked into a corner somewhere. But no matter how large or small your home office space is, you can still practice good ergonomic techniques. Any existing discomfort can be alleviated while preventing future problems.

Properly adjusting your furniture and computer equipment, as well as learning the correct keyboarding techniques, are essential to promoting ergonomic health.

The Home Office Ergo Clinic includes detailed information about:

  • Good posture and the role it plays in preventing problems
  • Selecting the right chair for your body type
  • Adjusting your chair
  • Where your keyboard and mouse should be positioned for maximum comfort and ease of use
  • Effective keyboarding and mousing techniques
  • Monitor placement for reducing eye strain
  • Using telephone headsets and document holders
  • Breaks and stretching exercises

Request a Demo now and see for yourself the difference that the Home Office Ergo Clinic can make.

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Did You Know... ?

Squeezing a ball is actually NOT a good exercise because we use these muscles (flexors) all day long. A better hand exercise is to spread your fingers open, stretching a rubber band around your fingertips.