A dynamic approach to preventing Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) and Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
In our ergonomics seminars we train participants in equipment usage and practical ways to improve workstation setup. We emphasize understanding and improving the ways we use our bodies, because efficient body mechanics are critical for preventing and healing repetitive strain injury (RSI). Our teaching style makes body mechanics easy to learn and practice.
Our classes are fun, engaging and interactive. We receive overwhelmingly positive feedback from clients who discover inspiring new ways to work pain free. Participants report no longer feeling sore or physically exhausted at the end of the workday. Our approach is simple and insightful, with exercises that are easy to do while working, and fun to share with colleagues.
Each seminar includes illustrated handouts with easy-to-follow
instructions. Detailed descriptions follow.
Overview of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) and Computer
Vision Syndrome (CVS)
This segment is offered in conjunction with any of the three seminars below and includes:
Seminar 1: Unfolding the Sitting
The Anatomy of Sitting with Internal Support
Solve your ergonomics problems at the source: your body, your posture, your movement habits. That pain in your wrist could be coming from your neck. That headache could be coming from your spine.
How you sit and move while working affects your whole body. Learn to listen to your body and give it the support and mobility it needs to be efficient and alert throughout the day. We'll teach you to become aware of strain before it causes injury. Learn:
Seminar 2: Workstation Setup
Safe Use of the Keyboard and Other Hazardous Equipment
It is a well-known fact that improper workstation setup and usage are major causes of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). Dramatically improve the way you feel at the end of the day by making simple changes. You'll learn to align and move your body and make your setup work for you. Topics include:
Seminar 3: Relief for Tired Eyes
Eyestrain Recovery and Prevention
Ever go home from work with a headache or feeling fatigued? Do you sometimes have difficulty reading the computer screen or concentrating? You could be suffering from eyestrain, even if you aren't consciously aware of it. Learn why eyestrain happens and how to prevent it. We'll discuss:
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