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From the moment that you sign up you will get access to an Admin Dashboard with Metrics and Drilldown to monitor and quantify specific symptom patterns. You can access any individual employees' report.

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8 employees have completed their analysis.

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FOREARM

15 occurences of severe symptoms in their forearm
20 occurences of high symptoms in their forearm
19 occurences of medium symptoms in their forearm
5 occurences of low symptoms in their forearm
Drill down: Forearm 

SPINE AND RIBCAGE

16 occurences of severe symptoms in their spine and ribcage
30 occurences of high symptoms in their spine and ribcage
42 occurences of medium symptoms in their spine and ribcage
8 occurences of low symptoms in their spine and ribcage
Drill down: Spine  

LOWER LIMBS

21 occurences of severe symptoms
30 occurences of high symptoms
57 occurences of medium pain symptoms
9 occurences of low pain symptoms
Drill down: Lower limb  

HEADACHES

3 occurences of severe intensity headache
13 occurences of high intensity headache
7 occurences of mild intensity headache
0 occurences of low intensity headache
Drill down: Headache  

NEUROLOGICAL

Hand pins and needles and or numbness

4 occurences of Intermittent Pins and needles right hand
7 occurences of Constant Pins and needles right hand
3 occurences of Intermittent Numbness right hand
4 occurences of Constant Numbness right hand
7 occurences of Intermittent Pins and needles left hand
5 occurences of Constant Pins and needles left hand
6 occurences of Intermittent Numbness left hand
6 occurences of Constant Numbness left hand
Drill down: Neuro-hands  

Leg pins and needles and or numbness

0 occurences of Intermittent Pins and needles left leg
11 occurences of Constant Pins and needles left leg
2 occurences of Intermittent Numbness left leg
7 occurences of Constant Numbness left leg
Drill down: Neuro-legs  

ARM SYMPTOMS

4 occurences of Severe pain in the right arm
7 occurences of High pain in the right arm
5 occurences of Medium pain in the right arm
1 occurences of Low pain in the right arm
3 occurences of Severe pain in the left arm
8 occurences of High pain in the left arm
5 occurences of Medium pain in the left arm
0 occurences of low pain in the left arm
Drill down: Arm symptoms  

Ergonomic advise:

There is no such thing as a perfect sitting posture but some are much worse than others.
In example 1 above you can see that this is a short person, feet off the floor and slumped forwards.
Example 2 shows a taller person leaning back. This position gives some rest to the back muscles whilst at the same time tending to compress the spine adversely.
Example 3 is the perceived ideal. It will do the least harm.
Example 4 is the worst postion. It causes the most spinal disc compression and puts strain on almost all of the spinal muscles.

  • sitting slumped to one side with the spine bent
  • keeping the knees, ankles, or arms crossed for long peroids.
  • dangling or not properly supporting the feet, get a footstool.
  • sitting for a long time in one position, vary your position. Sit and stand desks are great for this.
  • straining the neck downwards for long periods while looking at a monitor, telephone screen, or document
  • sitting in a position that does not fully support the back, especially the lower back
  • sitting for an extended period without taking a break


  • support the forearms on the desk, ensure that any chair arms do not prevent you getting close enough to the desk.
  • exercising for at least 30 minutes three times a week, focusing on a mix of stretching, strengthening, and aerobic activities
  • trying not to stay in any one position for too long, changing position or activity every hour
  • using a hands-free device for long calls
  • keeping any screens at eye or chest level when reading to reduce neck and upper back strain
  • sitting up straight and looking directly forward when reading mobile screens or monitors
  • lifting heavy objects by bending the legs rather than using the back
  • keeping heavy loads close to the body when lifting or carrying them
  • adjusting the seat when driving to support the back without straining and to allow the knees to bend
  • placing lumbar support cushions on seats, including car seats, thus reducing lower back strain
  • wearing comfortable, supportive, or orthopedic shoes when standing for long periods of time
  • walking with a straight spine and trying to avoid slumping or leaning
  • swinging the arms briskly and evenly when walking, jogging, or running

ERGONOMICS

Yes = 2   Is your desktop too cold?
Yes = 2   Do you often rest your forearm(s) on the edge of the desk?
Yes = 2   Is the desk edge a sharp 90 degree edge?
Yes = 7   Is your mouse the correct size for your hand?
Yes = 2   If your chair has arms, do they stop you from getting close enough to your desk?
Yes = 2   Is your deskspace too small?
Yes = 3   Is your mouse wireless?
Yes = 2   Is your mouse a trackball, not a laser?
Yes = 1   Do you have a permanent desk at your workplace?
Yes = 1   Does your condition find it difficult to cope with the varying ergonomics of your various work environments?
Yes = 1   Do you use a mouse pad/rest?
Yes = 4   Do you use the scroll wheel on your mouse?
Yes = 2   Do you use the cursor keys to scroll?
Yes = 1   Do you use a combination of these?
Yes = 2   Do you use an external mouse when using a laptop?
Yes = 2   Do you use an external keyboard when using a laptop?
Yes = 2   If using a laptop do you plug in an external monitor to it?
Yes = 1   Do you use a pen tablet?

STRESS

8 employees have completed their stress report.

1 When something is going to change at work, what happens?
Agree = 4   I have plenty of opportunity to speak to my boss about any changes at work
Agree = 2  We are always asked about possible changes at work before they happen but do not have much involvement in how decisions are made
Agree = 4  We are not told about changes and I would find it hard to speak to my boss

2 How do you get on with your boss or supervisor?
Agree = 3  I can rely on them to help me out, encourage me and provide support
Agree = 2  I can talk to them about something that has upset or annoyed me at work but that is about all
Agree = 3  I do not get on with them very well and do not feel very supported

3 How do you get on with the people you work with?
Agree = 2  My colleagues will help me and are always willing to listen to any work-related problems
Agree = 3  I do not think my colleagues offer me much support
Agree = 2  I get on with them ok but would not discuss any problems with them

4 Are any of the following causing you problems?
Agree = 2  Friction or arguments with your work colleagues
Agree = 2  Bullying from one or more work colleagues
Agree = 3  Difficulties or strained relationships with someone at work

5 Which of the following best describes how you feel about your role at work?
Agree = 2  I am clear about what is expected of me at work and know how to go about getting my job done
Agree = 2  I am clear what my duties and responsibilities are but sometimes do not manage to get everything finished
Agree = 2  I am unclear what my role is

6 Do you worry about any of the following?
Agree = 2  Different people at work demand things from me that are hard to combine
Agree = 2  I have unachievable deadlines and I have to neglect some tasks because I have too much to do
Agree = 2  I have to work very intensively and find it difficult to take sufficient breaks
Agree = 2  I am pressured to work long hours

7. Are you suffering from any physical symptoms which are adding to the stress levels you are experiencing?
Agree = 2  I have physical symptoms which impede my productivity occasionally
Agree = 3  I have physical symptoms which impede me constantly
Agree = 2  I have physical symptoms but they do not affect my stress level
Agree = 2  I have physical symptoms which impede my productivity occasionally and affect my stress level
Agree = 4  I have physical symptoms which impede me constantly and affect my stress level