Microscope users can become fatigued by awkward sitting positions and complicated controls. This affects many users in microbiology, cytology, hematology, and pathology labs. In recent years researchers have conducted studies to examine microscope ergonomic issues for users with various body heights. This research is critical because data from occupational and medical literature clearly indicate that occupational-based injuries at the workplace are common where microscopes are used extensively. Muscular-skeletal conditions, including shoulder, neck, and back aches, are the most prevalent injuries, with more than 77% of users experiencing these issues.