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Ergonomic and Workstation Setup

SMPC physiotherapists are experienced in assessing office ergonomic setups for all personnel requirements. A poor ergonomic setup can lead to stress on your joints, muscles and tendons.

Repetition in a compromising posture is one of the most common causes of injury in the workplace. Book an appointment with an SMP physio to get a personalized ergonomic assessment for your individual requirements today.

Some common injuries associated with poor office ergonomic setup are:

  • Neck Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Overuse injuries in the forearms, wrists and hands
  • Muscular Tightness
  • Headaches
  • Pelvic Girdle Pain
  • Nerve Pain

How We Can Help

Assessment

SMP Physiotherapists can assess your worksite offsite or via telehealth to give you all the advice and skills you need to set it up appropriately yourself.

Have you considered your monitor height, the distance it is away from your eyes, type of mouse, type of keyboard, desk height and chair position. All of these variables setup correctly can determine the optimum capacity for your muscles and joints.

We can also accurately diagnose your work related injury and give you the education and guidelines you require to manage any current issues and any further injury from occuring.

Treatment

Based on your diagnosis, we provide a range of treatments administered by our experienced physiotherapists, who are skilled in manual therapy, remedial massage, joint mobilisations, dry needling, stretching, pilates, exercise rehabilitation, postural correction and taping

Prevention

To minimise the recurrence of your ergonomic related injuries we offer group or individual exercise sessions for your employees at your workplace. Inquire today to hear about the available options for your staff.

Meet your Physio

SMPC Physiotherapists can assess your workplace offsite or give you all the advice and skills you need to set it up appropriately yourself.

Some common injuries associated with a poor office ergonomic setup are:

  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Overuse injuries in the forearms, wrists and hands
  • Muscular tightness
  • Headaches
  • Pelvic girdle pain
  • Nerve pain

How We Can Help

Assessment

SMPC Physiotherapists can assess your workplace offsite or give you all the advice and skills you need to set it up appropriately yourself. Have you considered your monitor height and distance from your eyes, type of mouse, type of keyboard, desk height, chair position and the need for a foot stool. All of these variables setup correctly can determine the optimum capacity for your muscles and joints.

We can also accurately diagnose your work-related injury and give you the education and guidelines you require to manage any current issues and prevent and further injuries from occurring.