Good posture at work is crucial. Low back pain is one of the most common reasons for people missing work, being the single leading cause of disability worldwide according to the Global Burden of Disease 2010.
Have you ever gotten back pain from working at a table or desk that was not the right height for you? Bending over or reaching up for hours each day will surely lead to problems. Each year an estimated half of all working Americans will admit they have back pain symptoms (1) . LTW Ergonomic Solutions wants your company to be part of the half of America and rest of the world with no back pain, not having to miss work because of it. We pay when we don’t take measures to increase our workplace ergonomics; Americans alone spend at least $50 billion each year on back pain (2).
LTW has an ergonomic solution for your company.
We create custom height adjustable workstations, workbenches, machine bases, operator platforms, material handling carts, and standing meeting tables. With just the push of a button, an operator can change any of our products’ heights to whatever is most comfortable for them to work. This aspect of our bases is especially helpful for companies with different people working at a single base. Each person who uses one can adjust it to their individual height so they can work safely, comfortably, and ergonomically. With this height adjustability, operators can choose to work sitting or standing throughout their day.
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All of our products range from small to as large as you need them to be. Customization possibilities are endless with LTW! Contact us today to begin your personalized experience. Our trained staff will help you find the perfect base for your company. If you can’t find an ergonomic solution for you on our website, just contact us. As founder and owner John Lanphear says, “If you can dream it, we can build it.”
We look forward to helping you get your ergonomic on!Contact LTW Today!
(1) Vallfors B. Acute, Subacute and Chronic Low Back Pain: Clinical Symptoms, Absenteeism and Working Environment. Scan J Rehab Med Suppl 1985; 11: 1-98.
(2) In Project Briefs: Back Pain Patient Outcomes Assessment Team (BOAT). In MEDTEP Update, Vol. 1 Issue 1, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Rockville, MD