Resource Library

The ERGOhealthy Resource Library provides a number of resources for maintaining ergonomic health.  If a resource doesn’t exist, feel free to contact us and we’ll add it to the Library.

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ERGOhealthy Resource Library

Stretches/Exercises Computer Workstations & Equipment
Laptop & Tablet Smart Phone
Everyday Life Stuff Recreational Activities

Books and References

For neck and back posture
  • Treat Your Own Neck, and Treat Your Own Back (Optp) by Robin McKenzie. These books are readily available through, other online stores and major bookstores. They are by far the best written books on the subject of improving posture, healing injuries, and eliminating problems because bad posture.
Function fitness exercises to help maintain good posture
  • Pain Free Program, by Anthony Carey (Wiley).  Consider incorporating his or similar exercises to help maintain good posture, including the strengthening of your back, shoulders, and neck.
Specific exercises to help prevent wrist and upper extremity problems
  • End Your Carpal Tunnel Pain Without Surgery by Kate Montgomery. (Sports Touch Publishing) to help prevent wrist and upper extremity problems.