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Ergonomics: Practical Applications Certification Practicum

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Our Ergo Challenge Winner in the Individual Category: Sarah Arrigo with “Cirque-gonomics”

<p>Congratulations to our Ergo Challenge Winner in the Individual Category! We’re thrilled to announce the second winner of our first ever, Ergo Challenge. We had so many good entries that we split the contest into two categories – Corporate Ergonomics and Individual Ergonomics. Beverly was our winner in the corporate ergonomics category and you can read<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/our-ergo-challenge-winner-in-the-individual-category-sarah-arrigo-with-cirque-gonomics/">Continue reading</a></p>

Our Ergo Challenge Winner in the Corporate Category: &#8220;Changing a Philosophy&#8221; with Beverly Figge

<p>Congratulations to our Ergo Challenge Winner: Beverly Figge, COHC, CEAS II We&#8217;re thrilled to announce the winner of our first ever, Ergo Challenge, Beverly Figge. We had so many good entries that we split the contest into two categories &#8211; Corporate Ergonomics and Individual Ergonomics. Beverly is our winner in the corporate ergonomics category. As our<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/our-ergo-challenge-winner-changing-a-philosophy-with-beverly-figge/">Continue reading</a></p>

Clients with Hand Pain

<p>Hand Pain and Mouse Usage One of the recent questions we received from a student was regarding hand pain that he encountered in a client while performing an office evaluation. I have some questions about pain in hands between thumb and first finger on hand that uses the mouse. Is there a reference you would<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/office-ergonomics/clients-with-hand-pain/">Continue reading</a></p>