Ergonomic Injuries & Other Disabilities

Cornell University Ergonomics Web

This Cornell University site has ergonomics information, research, tools, and software. Includes links to other useful ergonomics sites.


The “News” and “Resource Center” sections of this commercial site are especially valuable. Includes free information on latest developments and research. Features useful links and a discussion forum with archives.

Ergonomics @ Work

UC Berkeley’s University Health Service has extensive information online about computer workstation ergonomics. Includes checklists and diagrams to aid in setting up a healthy workstation.

Healthy Computing

A comprehensive site about preventing ergonomic injuries from computer use. Has detailed information on selecting and placing keyboards, mice, monitors, chairs, and workstations.

The RSI Page

A personal site by a University of Nebraska technician who has had repetitive stress injury (RSI) since 1994. Features information about RSI, including prevention and treatment. Also has book references, a FindADoc section to locate treatment professionals, and links.

Typing Injuries – Frequently Asked Questions

An educational site with a wide variety of information about repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), resources for dealing with them, and assistive products to reduce injury risk and symptoms.