The latest article from the Ergonomics site at BellaOnline.com deals with advertisers and their claims about ergonomics. It discusses why the ads can be misleading. There is also a strong focus on ergonomic chairs and what makes them truly ergonomics - or not ergonomic.
The Ad Says My Chair is Ergonomic
Ads often use the term Ergonomics when they describe products. What do they mean by this? Does the product have to have anything special about it to call itself 'Ergonomic'?
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Virginia is a Certified Professional Ergonomics and Project Management Professional working in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her extensive background in Occupational Therapy meshes with current ergonomic knowledge to create practical and workable solutions to ergonomic problems.
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