Online workstation ergonomics assessment for home and office.
Do you wish to know whether your workstation set-up may be going to damage you?
Now we can all identify and prevent future problems.
Messy workstations or workstations/display screen equipment that have been set
up incorrectly can result in musculoskeletal injuries. In fact, a survey funded
by the HSE found a high prevalence of headaches (52%), eye discomfort (58%),
neck pain (47%), back pain (37%), and shoulder pain (39%) in DSE users.
For a one off fee of £140 you will be able to:
1. Specifically define your pain areas
2. Get an expert assessment of your workstation and posture
3. Get to keep an accurate diary of your individual symptom areas progress.
What is the Pain Mapper Workstation Analysis process?
1. You create your account.
2. You fill in the Pain Mapper questionnaire.
3. You pay your fee of £140.
4. Read the filming instructions
5. You film yourself typing and mousing for 30 seconds after you have read the simple but precise
6. Your video is then analysed and a report consisting of screenshots which illustrate
your posture along with useful comments and observations about your
7. Your report (usually takes 2 to 3 days to produce) is placed online protected by your ID for you to log in and see and also to update your
Each assessment provides:
Workstation assessment and detailed task analysis
Postural training and task management
Comprehensive report detailing clinical situation and ergonomic solutions
It is vital in any workstation
postural analysis that the entire body is observed, from head to toe. We
work with our whole body not just with our fingertips and eyeballs.
Pain Mapper ergonomics Diary provides a unique
diary layout which displays the areas of pain, which muscles are affected
and why, their severity over time and the results of what you have done to
The simplified diary layout will tell you much more of
what you need to know about your particular pain over time.
The creator of Pain Mapper Workstation and Diary is Paul Manley, a clinician of 40 years experience in observing and treating 1000's of people from all over the world in his Central London Clinic.
"Forty years of clinical work has taught me how patients express their pain and what the most common pain patterns are. My app does not purport to cover all known problems, just the most common ones. Simple, visual and informative, Ergonomics Pain Mapper and Diary is unique. Practical observations which will increase your bodily awareness.
It is essential to workstation analysis that the whole body usage is assessed."
Paul Manley, Clinician and App designer.
The areas that the assessment covers: