Let’s face it: sometimes, work can be a pain in the neck. Or rather, the way in which work is preformed can cause a pain in the neck…or the back…or the wrists…or the knees…you get the idea.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics (BLS), in 2008 work-related musculoskeletal disorders—like nerve damage from typing and injuries caused by improper lifting—accounted for almost 30 percent of all workers’ compensation claims…enter ergonomics.

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