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Computer Ergonomics Problems & Computer Accessories Article by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:56pm Computer Ergonomics Problems and Computer Accessories Article This article was just published in ADVANCE magazine for Physical Therapists, as a two part series, I have posted a modifed version of the full 2 part series, as it is long...). Computer-Related Ergonomic Problems are Onmipresent! Computer-Related Ergonomic problems can be ... Read on »
How To Optimize Your Computer Monitor Position: Office-Computer Ergonomic Guidelines by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 10:34am How to Optimize Your Computer Monitor Position Using Computer Ergonomic Guidelines: As with keyboard positioning, proper monitor height is dependent on the proper seating posture. Once positioned correctly, the head and neck will maintain in an upright position. As the screen fills, only the eyes will need to follow, therefore reducing str ... Read on »
10 Tips on Pain-Free Computer Mousing & Other Tips to Reduce Computer-Related Pain by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 12:17pm 10 Tips on Pain-Free Computer Mousing and other tips to "Reduce Computer-Related Pain": 1) The computer mouse should be at about the same level of the keyboard and positioned as closely to the keyboard as possible. Typically this can only be accomplished with the use of an ergonomic adjustable keyboard tray with sliding or tilting mouse pl ... Read on »
Computer-Related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Common Causes/ Computer Mouse by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 17 Jan 2009 10:54am What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is the inflammatory disorder that is caused due to repetitive stress, physical injury or any other condition that causes the tissues around the median nerve to inflated. The carpal tunnel is a small canal or tunnel runs from the forearm through the wrist. Bones form three walls of ... Read on »
Computer Ergonomics Problems & Computer Accessories by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 24 Jan 2009 10:44am Computer Ergonomics Problems and Computer Accessories Article This article was just published in ADVANCE magazine for Physical Therapists, as a two part series, I have posted a modifed version of the full 2 part series, as it is long...). Computer-Related Ergonomic Problems are Onmipresent! Computer-Related Ergonomic problems can be cau ... Read on »
Laptop Computer Ergonomic Guidelines & Ergonomic Laptop Computer Accessories by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 24 Jan 2009 3:46pm Laptop Computer Ergonomic Guidelines & Tips on Proper Laptop Ergonomic Posture: As the trend of remote office environments continues to grow, so does the use of laptop computers. The laptop computer does provide lightweight and portable computer access to allow the user unlimited flexibility. However, this luxury does not come without adve ... Read on »
What is the "Best" Mouse for Your Computer? Read Why & How to Choose a Computer Mouse by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 24 Jan 2009 5:24pm What is the "Best" Mouse for Your Computer?Read Why & How to Choose a Computer Mouse Read the features and benefits and WHY these computer mouse designs are recommended by clinical and ergonomic experts and are regarded as the "Best" computer mouse designs available. Read the list to determine which model mouse is the best mouse for YOUR ... Read on »
How To Use Your Computer Mouse Pain-Free: Top 10 Tips on Pain-Free Computer Mousing by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 24 Jan 2009 5:28pm How To Use Your Computer Mouse pain-Free: 10 Tips on Pain-Free Computer Mousing and other tips to "Reduce Computer-Related Pain": 1) The computer mouse should be at about the same level of the keyboard and positioned as closely to the keyboard as possible. Typically this can only be accomplished with the use of an ergonomic adjustable keyboar ... Read on »
Reduce Computer Eye Strain, Computer-Related Pain: VuRyte Document Holder by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 10:13am Featured Product: the Top-RatedVuRyte Computer Document Holder:#1 Rated VuRyte document holder: in 14 inch and 18 inch sizes. VuRyte Document Holdersare the only office computer document holder that has been approved by ergonomic experts. Quantitative research demonstrates a reduction in physical stress to the muscles in the neck area ... Read on »