Hello, if you would like I could bring you an ergonomic chair into your workstation to help your posture and lumbar support, helping you type on your keyboard better.
Ergonomics Save Lives
Period One Mrs. McInnis
Oh no, my ligaments feel okay Sam bu thanks.
Erica Mummery September 21st 2018
Ouch my back hurts since I have poor posture. I can't sit back in my chair since it has no back support for my lumbar, while my shoulders aren't relaxed. My chair should be adjustable and have five legs for stability.
Two Hours Later
Oh no! I'm falling since I have poor posture, and no lumbar support. I should have been proactive about my non ergonomic chair, and I should have a curved ergonomic keyboard with a monitor free from glare.
What brings you in today? It looks like you have inflammation or swelling in your back.
Well, I wasn't proactive about my workstation and how ergonomic it is- My chair didn't have lumbar support, nor was it adjustable. so when I was doing repetitive movements without having my elbows at a 90-degree angle my back started to lean back and I fell.
Well, it's prevalent that your range of motion was limited, not letting you flex, so your workstation wasn't sufficient enough ergonomically. There's an invention that allows you to sit down with lumbar support, called an adjustable chair. In addition, you could have a proper keyboard, monitor, and mouse to reduce chances of injuries or inflammation and even carpals. Also, you should stretch your tendons every hour.
Oh, thanks! That resolves my problems to not constrict my range of motion. And prevent repetitive strain injuries. By making my workstation more ergonomic it prevents bursitis, arthritis, and carpals by getting better support for my ligaments. Thanks!