Ergonomic Assessments.

Workstation set-up, posture, lifting techniques, driving positions, and work habits can all contribute to musculoskeletal injuries and pain. These ergonomic problems can affect high school or tertiary students, as well as adults working in an environment which may not be set up correctly.

We offer in clinic ergonomic assessments and advice, as well as assessments of your own home or work office to reduce risk of injury and ongoing pain.

About Ergonomic Assessments

We provide postural education, strengthening exercises and stretches customized to your needs as well as assessments and training for:

  • Admin and reception desk set ups
  • Accounting and government departments
  • Vet Surgeries
  • GP practices
  • Dental clinics (Dentists, Dental Assistants and Admin Staff)
  • Schools (Teachers, Students and Support Staff – including use of mobile devices such as tablet computers, iPads, iPods and smartphones)
  • Beauty Therapy and Hair Salons

How to Book

Please contact us for more information on ergonomic advice or assessments. You can:

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