Prevention is the least expensive cure

Noticing a rise in employees taking sick days?

Looking for new office equipment, but not sure what makes a chair or keyboard “ergonomic?”

Seeing a physical therapist, occupational therapist or chiropractor for aches and pains that seem to get worse at work?

We would be happy to help you solve your workplace aches and pains. Read on.

20 December 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Your ergonomic program won’t work unless you follow the rules (part one)

What is in it for me? Answer that question and you may actually have a program that works. However, how many times do you need to answer it? That is a bit of a trick question, or is it?

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10 December 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Chasing 12 rabbits (aka multitasking)

For those of you that don’t know, the human brain cannot really multitask. The brain serial tasks very quickly (in some people that are well rested) and for those people who are able to do this fast serial tasking, it feels like multitasking. Basic rule of getting things done: focus. Focus even if you don’t feel like you need to and you will find that the task gets done faster and more accurately. Don’t believe me? Time yourself.

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03 November 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Incentives as motivation: do they work?

Recently there have been articles in the news about the proposed health care reform, the effects of people being un-healthy and insurance companies looking for ways to reduce costs.  One of the proposals from the insurance folks is to incentivize health.  What they are proposing is charging everyone higher premiums, then, if you submit to […]

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02 October 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Naomi in the News

It is always nice to see your name in press (well, when it is for something good I should say).  I was interviewed after my last presentation at the National Ergonomics Conference and just found the article.  Read all about it: I’m heading back to the conference this year to talk about the psychology […]

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08 September 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Is your computer telling you to slouch?

Back pain, neck pain, arm pain and shoulder pain are often blamed on the chair. I’ve worked with a lot of people who spend thousands of dollars buying fancy “ergonomic” chairs and still don’t see any change. Sound familiar?

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07 September 2009 ~ 0 Comments

New and improved website

We’ve launched our new website and are thrilled to open this new form of communication for our colleagues and clients. Check back often for new posts regarding business, therapy, ergonomics, products and more!  We have been around for awhile now and we’ve finally found a way to communicate with everyone about the topics surrounding this […]

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