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May 29, 2016
A sit-to stand workstation provides a flexible design to transition from sitting to standing. A mix of which researchers say will minimize potential for adverse health consequences associated with both postures. However, not everyone will benefit from a sit-to-stand workstation. Included in this category are: People with orthopedic problems of the feet, ankle, knee or
May 20, 2016
Certain characteristics of the work setting have been associated with injury. These work characteristics are called risk factors. And a major risk factor in many office settings is posture. Awkward postures are associated with an increased risk for injury. It is generally considered that the more a joint deviates from the neutral (natural) position, the
May 15, 2016
When it comes to a workstation, which is better, sitting or standing? Research shows that both prolonged sitting and prolonged standing are of concern. Therefore it is not an “either- or” situation. The more responsible approach is a combination of sitting and standing activities throughout the work day to minimize the potential for adverse health