Near new RTO office, Prashant Nagar B, Opp. BOSCH Car Service Center, Behind Keerti Nursing College, Outer Ring Road,
Gulbarga [Clinic Timings:10:30am-2:30pm & 5:30pm-8:30pm] [wednesday & thursday -holiday]
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders are widespread among computer users and costly to the health care system. Workstation setup and worker postures contribute to upper-extremity and neck symptoms among computer users. Ergonomic training treatment, such as work risk analysis and workstation modifications can improve workers' symptoms. However, ergonomic interventions do not appear to be a common component of traditional physical therapy treatment. An orthopaedic and an occupational therapy assistant are trained in helping both adults and children with a broad range of physical, developmental, and psychological conditions. Practitioners also help clients and their caregivers with strategies that can prevent injury and secondary complications, and support health and well-being. Ergonomic assessments, also referred to as workstation assessments, ensure that a worker's workstation is ergonomically designed to minimise the risk of injury and maximise productivity. Experienced occupational therapists, physiotherapists or exercise physiologists conduct all assessments. Assessments are also conducted to support the return to work of an injured worker by ensuring that their workstation is designed to minimise any discomfort as they recover from their injury and prevent any aggravation of the injury. And also for workers who work from home, to ensure their homework environment is safe and ergonomically designed. People have to be aware of the basics of ergonomics. Not only will they be able to help themselves at work, but also these principles can be applied to home, hobbies or help friends and co-workers who may have similar issues.