1. Stretches for the office

    A quick and easy way to reduce fatigue and discomfort at work is to stand up every 30-60 minutes and stretch for 30-60 seconds. Building these stretches into your work day will ensure you feel better at the end of the day!

  2. Shortcuts for Microsoft Outlook

    Check out these short cuts for Microsoft Outlook as a way to reduce mouse use and provide relief!

  3. Progressive Lens Use for Computers

    In order to accommodate standard progressive lens use when reading the screen, the top of the monitor should ideally be 5-6” lower than the seated eye height to allow for reading the screen through the reading portion of the lenses. Monitor distance is typically 26” or less from the eyes. This will facilitate neutral head/neck posture and should improve your comfort. Check out our Use of Progressive lenses handout.

  4. Optimize Your Work Station Set-Up

    Click here to download a pdf of Optimizing Your Work Station Set-Up.

  5. Neutral Posture Poster - Office

    Click here to download a pdf of the Neutral Zone Poster

  6. Neutral Posture Poster - Back Care / Lifting

    Click here to download a PDF of the Neutral Posture Poster.

  7. Take Care of Your Back (handout)

    When lifting, maintain your spinal curves, keep the load close and bend your knees. Prepare your spine for lifting with a few back extension exercises, especially if you have been sitting for awhile. Click here to download Injury Prevention Plus Take Care of Your Back.

  8. Font Adjustments for the Computer

    Click here to download a PDF of Font Adjustments for the Computer

Staying Healthy at Work - Sit-Stand-Move!

Click here to download a PDF handout of Staying Healthy at Work!