A Cochrane review has found no compelling new evidence to suggest that ergonomic interventions are effective in preventing musculoskeletal disorders in office workers. While an ‘ergonomic’ computer mouse and arm support might help prevent neck and upper limb problems, there is a lack of strong evidence to support ergonomic-based recommendations to prevent upper limb and ...
Evidence for ergonomic interventions is weak and out of date: Cochrane
By Tessa Hoffman
30 Oct 2018