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Ergonomic Consulting

$200.00 $160.00
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  • Ergonomic Consulting and Ergonomic Evaluations that reduce fatigue and injuries

    Simple adjustments to your chair and workstation can mean a world of difference to your body. Ergonomic Evaluations- can help to reduce fatigue and injuries. That's where we come in. Our specialty is on-the-spot modification and practical ergonomic education, evaluation and solutions after careful observation and analysis. Based on ergonomic research by BIFMA and Human Factors Society, our ergonomic consultant will modify the work station to fit the individual's body type, needs and tasks. Options include mini or in-depth written ergonomic work assessments reports. Our goal is to educate individuals on basic ergonomic principles in order to empower them to change posture and work habits for day in and day out comfort and relief.

    For more then two decades Kare has provided ergonomic analysis that help end users and companies identify and correct ergonomic injury issues. Identifying postures that increase stress to muscles and skeletal systems and providing education, modifications and posture changes to eliminate the risk. And of course the end user feels better at the end of the day.

    • Ergonomic work assessments and evaluations onsite, Internet
    • Specialize in modifying each work station so each person is set up in a correct neutral posture providing immediate relief
    • Provide mini or in-depth ergonomic evaluations
    • Provide multiple mini or in-depth written ergonomic evaluation reports
    • Ergonomic classes
    • Customized programs
    • Knowledgeable product recommendations

  • Computer Workstations

    An ache in your lower back, a pain in your neck, a cramp in your leg ... it's hard to believe sitting at your desk can cause so much pain. Bad body posture and repetitive movements can cause almost every part of your body to hurt and every aspect of your computer workstation setup can impact your comfort level. Continually reaching for objects, tilting your head to hold the telephone on your shoulder and resting your wrist on the sharp edge of your desk are just some of the ways pain is invited to knock at your door.


    Everyday tools in primary reach zone (18"-22") Less frequently used items in secondary reach zone (24"-36")


    • Feet flat on the floor
    • Straight forearm
    • Support for lower back
    • No leaning forward
    • Thighs straight or parallel to floor and/or 10 degrees higher
    • Head over shoulders, shoulders over hips


    • Top half of screen at or above eye level
    • 18"-24" away (approximately arm's length)
    • 40 degree viewing angle
    • Clean screen
    • Minimize glare

    Keyboard Mouse

    • Elbow parallel to keyboard
    • Relax fingers and wrists
    • Wrists, hands and elbows parallel to floor
    • Relaxed shoulders, no slouching

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