How we move our bodies has a profound impact on our health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, workplaces do not always support wellness. Instead, work-related injuries and strain are the most common problems facing businesses and employees today. Manual Orthopedic Physical Therapy offers ergonomics consulting in Chula Vista to reduce instances of injury and discomfort in the workplace.
Our goal is to help you identify potential hazards in your workplace before injury occurs. That includes evaluating workstation logistics, as well as repetitive motions of the body. We can address common workplace problems that include:
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
- Lower Back Injury Prevention
- Exercise Conditioning
- Eye Strain and Headaches
- Posture and Flexibility
Findings are based on the unique conditions within your office or workplace, and solutions are individualized to meet your unique needs or the needs of the employees in your office. They may include adjusting chair and monitors, rearranging the workspace, and exercises that can be done to enhance strength and prevent injury.
Manual Orthopedic Physical Therapy can customize an ergonomics assessment plan just for you with three convenient locations in Eastlake, Rancho Del Rey, and East County.
Alleviate Pain and Recover After an Injury
Ergonomics is a great way to prevent injury in the workplace, but MOPT also provides support for those who experience pain or injury in the office.
Injuries can be addressed with a wide range of modalities that focus on regaining motion so you can resume your everyday activities. Pain can also be addressed through exercises in our office with a licensed physical or occupational therapist, and we can teach you movements you can do throughout the day to promote proper posture and reduce stiffness at work.
MOPT offers ergonomics in Chula Vista to patients in our two offices, as well as on-location assessments for businesses that want to make their workplace safer and more comfortable. Call us today to learn more about how we can customize an ergonomic plan that reduces pain and injury in your workplace.
Your personal therapist will work one-on-one with you to address a variety problems that can include: