Posture and Ergonomics Training
It is the environmental and anatomical arrangements applied to reduce or eliminate the detrimental effects of work, occupation and physical activities, which are parts of daily life, on the human structure and psychosocial state. The aim of ergonomics education is to improve human health and increase performance.
Posture is defined as the relative alignment of body parts. The body shape during sitting, standing, and lying down is called static, while that during movement is called dynamic posture. It is aimed to act more efficiently and to reduce the risk of injury with programs that focus on maintaining and improving the correct posture in daily life.