- Back should come up to middle or top of shoulder blade.
- Seat depth should not exceed ¾ of the length of the thigh
- Arm rests should be adjustable up and down
- Seat bottom should adjust in the pitch
- Seat back should have a locking and or rocking tilt feature
- Chair height to be adjustable
- Key board tray with slide out tray for mouse left or right
- Gel wrist rests
- Stationary mouse
- Screen directly in front of user not at an angle and at eye or below eye level.
- Foot rest if feet are not resting flat on ground.
- Document Holder on screen
- Update eye prescription if not done in a year.
- Ergonomically designed key board
- Tucking feet under chair
- Keeping arms outstretched unsupported
- Voice recognition software if heavy document user.
- Sit stand work station (fixed or wheeled)
- External key board and mouse if using lap top in office.
- Headset or ear piece if heavy phone user.
- Dynamic stability disc to reduce trauma to lower back