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Ergonomics: Practical Applications Certification Practicum

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Ergonomics for Multiple Monitors

<p>Today we&#8217;re taking a look at a recently submitted question regarding properly adjusting a workstation with two large monitors: I have a question and need some advice. I have a customer who has two large 30 inch screens sitting directly in front of her. She says she is having pain using them, but needs both<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/office-ergonomics/ergonomics-for-multiple-monitors/">Continue reading</a></p>

Pathologist Ergonomics Q&#038;A

<p>Today we&#8217;re looking at another question from a recent Back School graduate. This particular query deals with evaluating a pathologist working with a microscope. Thank you again for your excellent knowledge and teaching style—I really enjoyed the course in June!!!! As I mentioned to you at the end of class, I knew there was a<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/uncategorized/pathologist-ergonomics-qa/">Continue reading</a></p>

To Rest or Not to Rest: Using Armrests for Typing

<p>Often times you&#8217;ll find conflicting information regarding certain ergonomics topics and equipment. In today&#8217;s blog we&#8217;re addressing a recent question sent to us from one of our Back Scholars on whether or not you should use a chair&#8217;s armrests while typing. &#8220;Can you provide clarification on the use of wrist/arm rests and when you should/shouldn&#8217;t<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/office-ergonomics/to-rest-or-not-to-rest-using-armrests-for-typing/">Continue reading</a></p>