What are work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs)? Are there other names for WMSDs? What are the risk factors for WMSDs?
Musculoskeletal Disorders might seem like trivial conditions, but OSHA knows exactly how damaging they can be over time. It’s not a matter ‘if’ they’ll cost you and your employees, but when and how much.
Learn how to comprehensive MSD prevention process leads to smarter and safer work performance.
Computer use is a leading reason most women have back pain. Try these few simple tweeks to improve your posture at work and put a stop to back pain.
Pain while running EMS calls or sitting around the station is not normal and it can be treated with strength and flexibility exercises
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Back pain at work results in absences, discomfort, and lower productivity for employees. Here are five ways to relieve back pain at work.
Regardless of your job title or the industry you work in, you face a real risk of suffering a work-related back injury.
Obesity is one of the greatest risk factors for osteoarthritis of the knees.
Nearly half of Americans over the age of 18 are affected by musculoskeletal (bone and joint) conditions, according to research by the Burden of Musculoskeletal Conditions in the United States. If you want to remain active as you age, take steps now to i
Do you experience the occasional episode of lower back pain? Do you sometimes feel a stiffness moving from a seated to standing position? Do you sit for more than six hours a day?
Back pain is a common occurrence among workers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 1 million workers will sustain a back injury in any given year. Some workers are more susceptible to back injuries than others. Regardless, back injuries consistently rank as one of the most common types of injuries in the workplace. By understanding what causes painful back injuries, though, you can…
When we think about the different types of pain that exist, many things can come to mind. Let’s break it down scientifically for a moment. Pain, more specifically musculoskeletal pain, is classified into 3 categories: Neuropathic pain arises from damage to the nervous system and affects 7–10% of the...
If you work at a desk all day, it’s easy for musculoskeletal injuries to sneak up on you. To avoid them, you can apply ergonomics.
What does best practice care for musculoskeletal pain look like? Eleven consistent recommendations from high-quality clinical practice guidelines.