Workstation Ergonomics and Proper Biomechanical Setup

on Wednesday, 09 March 2011.

Workstation Ergonomics and Proper Biomechanical Setup

ergonomic tips from fountain medical group in nyc


Other helpful information.

Have a physical therapist, occupational therapist or other trained ergonomic assessment trained person assess your workstation. Your company may have such a person. Also, ask your therapist if they know or if they do these assessments.


Your lower back normally has an arch to it. In this picture it would be a “C”. Not well depicted here. Some chairs have a lower back or lumbar support built in, and may be adjustable. A simple and inexpensive one can be added to your chair.


These are guidelines and all suggestions may not be appropriate for everyone.

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