Welcome to Insight Into Injury
Repetitive strain or “overuse” injuries account for over 50% of all musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace. A repetitive movement (use of tools, keyboard/mouse, squatting, lifting, writing, cashiering, stocking, playing music, assembling, walking, food production, etc), or a prolonged position (studying, driving, sitting, standing, etc) are all examples of actions that can cause injury over time. Repetitive strain injuries are absolutely preventable!! Prevention comes from being prepared through: EARLY RECOGNITION: What does that little ache mean,...Read More
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