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    How can an occupational therapist help within workplace?

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  • Naomi Cezana

    Occupational Therapist (OT)

    I am an occupational therapist and would like to provide a service to ensure the ageing population that is living in the community can maintain … View Profile

    Within a workplace, someone has to be comfortable and safe. There could be many injuries that occur from a workplace, specifically sitting. We have a lot of sedentary jobs out there.
    An Occupational Therapist will make sure that the person is sitting in an ergonomic chair and that their workplace doesn't cause them any strain.
    We give advice on how to set up the workplace and give advice on equipment and the most ergonomic equipment to use.

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