Working at a computer shouldn’t cause pain. Employees will be able to work effectively and efficiently if given the correct tools to succeed — but that doesn’t mean spending more on equipment!

Ergonomic programs make good business sense.  Employers are losing money through absenteeism, presenteeism, and trips to the doctor or therapist breaking up the day, not to mention workers’ compensation costs.  Learn more.


Our Client List

* Some of our clients request confidentiality and are not on this list. For more details, please feel free to contact us.

1105 MediaAltum Inc.Alyeska Pipeline
American Speech Language Association AOTAArthur Stein Financial, LLC.
Association of American Medical CollegesAstronautics CorporationBay Engineering
Bay EngineeringBECOBeyond Excellence LLC
Blue Engine Message & MediaBriotixC.J. Miller LLC
CAPChoice HotelsCity of College Park
CNA Analysis & SolutionsConner & WintersConsortium Health Plans
Corporate Network Services, Inc.Council For Logistics ResearchDC Department of Disability
DRS C3 & AviationEORMErgoform
ErgoWorks Consulting LLCFiduciary CounselorsFinn Financial Advisory Group
Grantmakers for Effective OrganizationsHenry’s Wrecker ServiceInter American Dialogue
InterActionInterVest LtdJewish Federations
Kelly FedSecureLockheed MartinMaggio-Kattar
MarriottMontgomery County Collaboration CouncilMultilingual Solutions
National Institutes of HealthNew Enterprise AssociatesOcean Conservancy
PactolusPowell-TatePowertrain Inc.
Quicksilver ProductionsReit ManagementRobert H. Knitzer
Sedgwick Claims Management ServicesSquire Patton BoggsSummit Group
The World BankTowson UniversityTransurban Group
United States ErgonomicsUniversity of MarylandUS Ergo
Visionary Eye DoctorsWashington GasWHC Radiology
Windham GroupWJEWorld Food Programme