Ergonomically designed workstations will have many benefits.

Er­gonom­i­cally de­signed working places are not only essen­tial for health and well-being. They also have an espe­cially pos­i­tive im­pact on the whole be­havior. The better you feel, the more suc­cessful you can be.




Since more than 150 years ago, ergonomics has been an expression of comfort.

Er­gonomics is a valu­able ap­proach en­abling us to reap, for the ben­efit of our­selves and others, the best fruits of life´s labour for the min­imum ef­fort and max­imum sat­is­fac­tion.
W. Jas­trze­bowski (1857)




Postural problems in children begin with the first day of school.

The ratio of pos­tural de­for­mi­ties in chil­dren, be­fore reaching the age of 14, is at 12%. More than three-fourths of them are de­vel­oped, not in­born mal­po­si­tions. Pos­tural de­for­mi­ties nor­mally re­sult from too less phys­ical ac­tivity, obe­sity and wrong stress. Rea­son­able school- and leisure time sports, healthy nu­tri­tion and an er­gonom­i­cally cor­rect po­si­tion while reading, writing or working with the com­puter are ap­pro­priate means to avoid mo­men­tous spinal weak­nesses with chil­dren and teenagers.