Effects of a proximity-sensing feedback chair on head, shoulder, and trunk postures when working at a visual display terminal.
- Published Article
Journal of occupational rehabilitation
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2006
We suggest that a feedback device promotes the adoption of beneficial postures, which may be effective in preventing VDT-work-related neck and upper-limb disorders.
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