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Ergonomics is the relationship between people, their environment and the tasks they perform. Egron means ‘work’ and nomoi means ‘natural laws’. There are many elements to consider when looking at ergonomics in the workplace, including the workstation, posture, organisation, tools, equipment and design, manual handling and the work environment.

To put some of these considerations into context, one third of people’s lives are spent at work. The average person working at a keyboard can perform 50,000 to 200,000 keystrokes per day. MSDs are the second biggest cause of sickness absence from work on any given day, and are estimated to cost society and employers around £7.4 billion a year. In addition, 20% of all workplace injuries are back injuries.

In this free ebook, you will learn about;

  • What is Ergonomics
  • Different musculoskeletal orders
  • What you can do at-home to help yourself

Make sure you download the free ebook now.

Here is what some of this E-Book’s readers had to say…

After reading this E-Book some people came in to see our team, this is the feedback they gave us…

I went to see Perfect Balance with severe muscular back pain as a result of a combination of factors that I’m sure affect many professionals, but on this occasion resulted in a painful muscle spasm and restricted movement: repetitive strain and poor posture from using a laptop, carrying heavy bags and playing sport without being properly fit!

As a result of a series of hour long sessions that have been hugely effective, I have learnt that a massage from a highly trained sports physio is a scientific, anatomical treatment involving a range of techniques, rather than a comfortable way to spend an hour in the middle of the day! I’m very grateful.

Peter Williams – Consultant


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