Ergonomics is the science of understanding the relationship between human beings and other elements in their vicinity. Most commonly, it is practiced in the workplace to reduce injuries caused by repetitive motion or incorrect posture. An Ergonomic Specialist is trained in the anatomical, biomechanical, and psychosocial factors of human functioning.
Your ergonomic session or audit will vary according to your duties. As per your daily activities, ergonomic sessions will be advised to you.
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Vehicle/ Shoes/ Posture
At Spinalogy, we specialize in providing non-surgical treatment plans. Our Ergonomics Specialist evaluates and analyses the patient’s posture, routine physical activities and work/home space. Postural mistakes are corrected and changes in key elements in the workplace/ home/ study area are made to reduce repetitive physical injuries. We offer comprehensive corporate ergonomic services to help clients reduce chances of workplace injuries.
Our Ergonomic Audit is designed to provide an objective assessment of the ergonomic status of a work area in accordance with reputable guidelines and standards. Its purpose is to reduce risks associated with ergonomics.
Employers looking to improve quality of work life of employees can conduct an ergonomic workshop. The process is as follows:
As The key element of ergonomics is posture, we analyse different positions of a person (including standing, sitting, sleeping, etc. with front and side profiles). The factors taken into consideration are age, endurance, strength, joint motion, gender, their general health, and fitness. The postural misalignments are diagnosed accordingly and corrective measures and exercises are suggested. We conduct postural analysis using Spinalogy Score and Grid analysis. We also provide ADL (activities of daily living) training where in an individual is trained on the correct postures and strategies to be adopted while sitting, standing, lifting, sleeping, and even working in kitchen.
Many studies suggest that heavy backpacks result in increased disc pressure and lumbar curvature and restrict movement of spine. This makes children the prime candidates for postural and degenerative changes in later part of life. To address this often neglected problem area, we conduct School Health Programs to help children prevent musculoskeletal injuries and problems. This non surgical intervention can help children avoid injuries in the future.