The workplace environment is one area that often gets a brief mention in the allied health consultation and often clients are advised to seek out and undergo a workplace assessment to help reduce the risk of the computer set up and seated posture contributing to [...]
Are you looking after your back at work?
Many of us often spend the majority of our time sitting whilst at work. The effect of this on ones back, neck, posture and surrounding soft tissues can vary from slight aches and pains to severe pain. In some cases, individuals may need time off work until [...]
Ergonomics is defined as “the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of the interactions among humans and other elements of a system, and the profession that applies theoretical principles, data and methods to design in order to optimize human well being and overall system performance” (source: http://www.iea.cc/01_what/What%20is%20Ergonomics.html)
When it comes to looking at ergonomics in [...]
When I think about the “ideal” future of ergonomics in the workplace, the image below represents a more dynamic and innovative work environment that I think all companies should be moving towards. The “ideal” work environment is one that is fitted to the individual and allows maximal variation in work set up and flexibility with [...]
In recognition of the unique nature and cultures that exist within organisations, Corporate Work Health Australia develop talks and seminars about improving health through education on nutrition and healthier lifestyle choices specific to the needs of your organisation.
Our fundamental belief is that the body has a unique ability to heal itself if the central parts [...]
Corporate Work Health Australia has expanded its team. We have recently introduced some new team members in the areas of Queensland and Victoria. We now have a new Osteopath Ben McChesney and Physiotherapist Scott Smith who will be carrying out Ergonomic Assessment, Manual Handling Assessments and Training. We also have Nutritionist and Naturopath Rhiannon Savage [...]
CWHA osteopath Heath williams has recently had an article published on PTONTHENET on soccer conditioning for adolescents. To read, please click here. Osteopath Heath williams is a Melbourne based osteopath who has an interest in clinical practice as well as workplace assessments. To read more about Heath, please check out principle [...]
Corporate Work Health Australia offer a number of onsite consulting, ranging from onsite ergonomic consultancy, manual handling training, musculoskeletal screening and physical therapy. To read more about this, please click on the link below
Corporate Work Health Australia was established by Osteopath Heath Williams and Physiotherapist Wade Brennan. We offer [...]
CWHA offer musculoskeletal pre employment screening. Pre employment screening can help identify any movement limitations, orthopedic issues and provide information about ones general health and wellbeing. To find out more about this, please click on the link below
CWHA is owned by Osteopath Heath Williams and Physiotherapist Wade Brennan. All [...]
Check out the latest service by Corporate Work Health Australia Pty Ltd. Our Sit Safe corporate seminars are designed for those companies whose employees spend a lot of their time sitting at the computer or workstation. These seminars are designed to improve ones understanding of good and bad posture, why musculoskeletal strains and sprains develop [...]