The search for the improvement of well-being at work is closely linked to posture, the economy of movement, reduction of unnecessary and repetitive actions. One of the main issues causing muscles tensions are located at the head, neck and shoulders due to the inappropriate positioning of screens out of user's visual field. In addition, with the increased use of touch screens (tablets and mobile phones), technology is pushing us to develop unsuitable and non-optimal postures leading to pain and the development of pathologies such as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). In most cases, repositioning, readjusting or redefining the position and angle of the computer monitor can significantly increase productivity and eliminate muscle pain associated with static tension. Many solutions exist and allow in a few movements to straighten the monitor and vary its adjustment according to user's morphology and needs.
Adjustable stands for laptops and tablets, as well as computer monitor risers, adjust the screen to eye level, straightening the back on the back support, while improving productivity. A better posture significantly prevents musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and pain in the neck and back associated with the static working position, such as the "turtle syndrome".