Ergonomics is not all about furniture and fancy accessories. Ergonomics is about people. We are here to meet you where you are and find solutions that work for you, your team and your culture.
Our goal is to become a trusted part of your team. We are ergonomics consultants dedicated to being a loyal, long-term resource providing the most effective keys to success in a safe and nurturing environment.
Technology is helping business move at the speed of light and in order to keep up, your ergonomics program must do the same thing. As the way we work changes, we must change the way we implement ergonomics. At Healthworks Ergonomics, we value innovation and bring you ideas that work for the modern workplace.
Dr. Amy Rohsner
PT, DPT, ATC, CEAS
Since she was 14 years old, Amy dreamt of becoming a physical therapist (PT). Seriously. She did. Her love of sports, medicine, and her strong desire to empower people is what motivated her.
She became a physical therapist in 2003 and realized shortly after that being a PT really meant being “a teacher, coach, and mentor” for the whole person – an emotional, intelligent, and spiritual human being who has suffered from an unfortunate orthopedic injury and/or chronic pain. As her practice evolved, she realized her true passion was educating her clients. With her unique point of view, understanding the “whole person” behind the injury, she has been able to give her clients the tools and resources to change their lives forever.
Through ergonomics and injury prevention, Amy has been able to couple her passion for education and her clinical skills in chronic pain management and orthopedics to help Healthworks Ergonomics create happy and injury-free work environments for their clients for the last 10 years.
- There was no women’s golf team at Amy’s high school. But that didn’t dissuade her. She approached the coach, who challenged her to a game. After she politely beat him, he decided to let her join the team.
- Amy, her sister, and her cousin all share the same birthday.
- One of Amy’s dreams is to rent an RV and travel to all 50 states (but will fly to Hawaii!).
Becoming an occupational therapist in 1997 was a perfect career match for Lisa who has always been passionate about helping people overcoming obstacles. As she likes to say, “Every person has a part to play and if something is getting in the way, you go around it, over it or through it.”
From the beginning, Lisa was interested in industrial rehabilitation, which focuses on helping people recover from injuries to get back to work safely. The very first ergonomic evaluation she did as a student opened her eyes to the importance of prevention and the value it provides the employer.
Lisa now focuses her efforts on helping employers create and maintain effective ergonomics programs.
- She played the bass drum in the marching band for 5 years in college.
- In the 80s, Lisa’s hair was so big it went outside the frame on her driver’s license!
- For about 30 years, her family had a booth at the Texas Renaissance Festival. She spent the weekends camping there with the other vendors – so nothing shocks her!
Save a Hero
Healthworks Ergonomics is a proud sponsor of Save a Hero.
Save a Hero is a community event that provides a safe environment and venue for veterans and their loved ones to share their experiences of PTSD created by wartime trauma. Specializing in chronic pain management for almost 10 years of their careers, Lisa and Amy have clinically worked with many injured workers that experience physiological traumas such as PTSD, depression, and anxiety. Therefore, they felt the “Save A Hero” event is a place for them to provide empathy and use their clinical experiences to help veterans and their loved ones suffering from the effects of PTSD.