In spite of my plan to continue the discussion on Pregnancy and Ergonomics, I was waylaid by an interesting experience during a recent workstation assessment.
The latest article from the Ergonomics site at BellaOnline.com deals with hip, kee and leg issues that may be related to sitting posture. It also address some solutions, one of which is low effort and low cost (thank goodness).
Hips, Knees and Legs - Sitting Issues
In Ergonomics one solution can sometimes work to solve several problems. In the case of sitting issues with the hip, knee and legs, this is particularly true - especially when all three body parts are affected. After all, the leg bone is connected to the knee bone...
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virginia hixson, Ergonomics Editor
Virginia Hixson is a Certified Professional Ergonomist and Project Management Professional practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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