Not all ergonomics is snake oil salesmanship

Gabrielle Lis

Sorting the healthy from the makin’-me-wealthy when it comes to the lucrative field of workplace ergonomics.

In the many years I’ve been writing for RTWMatters, we’ve published multiple articles about ergonomics. To list just a few examples, we’ve covered the ergonomics of seated workstations and standing workstations, and described how ergonomic assessments can help identify recovery-enhancing modified duties following work injury.  Given the evidence-based nature of the content on RTWMatters, I was surprised to read an ar...

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