What is it?
What is involved?
An experienced physiotherapist will listen to the person’s history to learn more about their work duties, working pattern, workstation set-up, medical history, activity, pain and goals. We will ask the person to show us their workstation on the video-call so that we can identify any ergonomic issues. We will use all of this information, combined with our clinical knowledge, to identify any factors that are causing or have the potential to cause pain or injury. We are here to support you and your company in making sure that the workstation is safe and suitable for use, and in-keeping with HSA guidelines.
After the initial consultation, the person will receive an individualised plan to complete, which may include stretches, strengthening, postural changes, changes to their workstation set-up or lifestyle changes. Follow up appointments are recommended by the physiotherapist only if necessary; these would help determine the course of treatment, and progress the person’s rehab.
What the client can expect
At Mid West Physiotherapy, we are experts in the area of workstation assessments. We have been doing workstation assessments for 10 years and it is a subject that we particularly love as not only can we resolve pain, but we can also prevent problems from happening in the first place!
In choosing us you know that we have extensive background knowledge in anatomy, physiology, rehabilitation, and prevention of injuries. You can expect a professional and thorough assessment, aimed at resolving any current pain issues and identifying any potential problems. You will receive recommendations and an action plan straight away so that you can put any necessary changes into effect. We are solution-minded people, and always focus on delivering practical, sensible and appropriate solutions.
We have created a free download with some guidelines on setting up a workstation. Click here to view.