Healthy Computing‎

Discover How To Stay Healthy, And Fit While Working In Front Of A Computer Day In And Day Out!
This guide provides the proven-effective advice for healthy computer usage.
Here is what you will discover inside…
Seating Positions
Selection and Arrangement of the Components for the Workstation
Probable risks and feasible solutions
Workstation ergonomics
Workstation accessories usage
Self assessment questionnaire
Disorders, Ailments and Cure
Medical Awareness and Training
Occu-Bright, can it help your eyes?
Dangerous GAS from COMPUTERS
Chemicals From Computers
Experiences of some computer users from different walks of life.
4 Steps to Setting Up Your Computer Workstation
Some Exercises for Computer Users
Speak-in to your computer
and much, Much More!
Healthy Computing‎ 

Computer Ergonomics‎

This application contains more than 15 user friendly animated exercise program for Computer Ergonomics.
These work posture exercises or can mostly be done in your computer workstation. They are great to do during the mini breaks you’re supposed to take during the day to avoid computer injuries. Do these exercises a few times today. Relax and do them gently.
Exercises: Neck Tilts, Shoulder Shrugs, Arm Stretch, Neck Stretch, Upper back stretch, Wrist stretch, Hand exercise, Finger exercise, Elbow flexion, Chinb tucks, Shouler rotations, Truk rotations, Standng Extension, Hip marching, Ankle pump.
This application is not meant to be used in any medical or legal decision making, or they should contact emergency response 911 when they are in a medical urgent situation for example.

Stretch Relief‎

Do your wrists ache as you type away on the keyboard? If you suffer from Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI) or want to prevent them from occurring, Stretch Relief is here for you. Stretch Relief is a beautiful, easy to use iPhone program designed to help you stretch the body parts that become stiff and sore during your workday. RSIs occur when your body is forced to stay in uncomfortable positions for long, uninterrupted hours doing repetitive movements, such as typing or mouse use. Sitting in front of a computer all day is painful. Treat and prevent these RSI symptoms by using Stretch Relief every 20 to 30 minutes throughout your workday. 
Unlike stretch applications on your desktop, Stretch Relief is by your side all day on your iPhone. Stretch Relief is with you to help you stretch not only when you’re on your office computer, but also when you’re on your home computer, or between meetings. Moreover, you can take Stretch Relief with you to the gym to stretch before and after your workout. And unlike the other stretch apps in the App Store, Stretch Relief has stretches designed for you to do at your desk in your office attire, so you can feel comfortable stretching in your cubicle or when you’re on the go.
The application’s interface is intuitive and easy to navigate. Stretch Relief gives you the option to target specific areas that hurt and the option to stretch the entire body to ensure you don’t miss anything. Moreover, the stretches are all beautifully illustrated, each with clear and simple instructions.
Use Stretch Relief throughout your work day to relieve pain, tension, stress, and to treat and prevent repetitive stress injuries.
Stretch Relief features:
– A simple, intuitive interface
– Beautiful illustrations
– Clear and simple stretch instructions
– Nearly 30 stretches designed to be done at the office
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In order to assist employers in reducing the risk of lifting-related injuries, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) developed a lifting equation designed to determine the safety of lifting tasks. The NIOSH lifting equation is one of important tools used in a comprehensive effort to prevent injuries.
Upon entering the necessary information, this app can determine if the lifting task is safe or if changes are needed. Please be aware that the NIOSH lifting equation is designed only for two-handed manual lifting tasks and there are situations where the NIOSH lifting equation does not apply.
Please be aware that this app is developed only for demonstration and didactic purposes, and it is not a substitute of a complete ergonomic evaluation of experienced consultants.

RSI Doctor

An excellent medical information app for patients and healthcare professionals alike.
The RSI Doctor app covers all aspects of Repetitive Strain Injuries, including causes, symptoms and treatment.