Ergonomic Office Furniture
Keeping your feet off the floor or enabling you to move your foot position will help to relieve the pressure on the back of your legs.
Sitting can cause circulation … more »
An excellent ergonomic chair is expensive. When shopping form one make sure it fits your body and not a “one size” solution.
Taller people need a different fit than a shorter person. The same can be … more »
If you have already invested in or considering a standing desk, the leaning style seat will ensure you can actively rest with better form.
A standard high stool can cause … more »
Some folks say how this works well for people with sore backs.
Adjusts to individual needs and quality kneeling chairs are available. One drawback for… more »
Ergonomic Office Electronics
The office keyboard is one of the primary causes of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Long hours typing can be easier with the right fitting keyboard. When fitting a style pay particular attention to … more »
The mouse is another seemingly harmless office tool that is causing repetitive strain injury to the knowledge worker.
Specially designed ergonomic mouse can make a big difference with … more »
Ergonomic Office Accessories
Hand cramping, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow and more can be helped with proper hand exercise and stretching techniques.
This tool can be used simply and … more »
Excellent to take on your walking breaks.
These help to keep your arms working so your shoulders and back get to be in a position that will help you to… more »
Have support for your forearm and wrists while working flexor and extensor muscles.
Hands, arms, wrists, and fingers are developing for … more »
About Ergonomic Office Furniture
Often we think we won’t get injured at work if we work in an office. just because you don’t work around heavy machinery doesn’t mean you aren’t in danger of developing one of the many chronic and acute injuries suffered by today’s office employee.
Just by sitting for long hours and typing on a keyboard, moving a mouse and neck cradling a telephone can cause long-term injuries.
One way to keep your work environment safer is to have solid, quality, ergonomic office furniture and equipment.
The other way is to put some movement back into your work day.