Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 22325
  Title Workplace ergonomics [audio lecture]
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Journal DC Tracts. 2011 Fall;23(3):3
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Publication Type Audio Lecture
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Lecture II Outline
I. Introduction
  A. Ergonomics - what are we trying to do?
  B. Good ergonomics prevents injury, promotes health and safety and comforts workers
  C. Assistance for workers and employers in implementing simple strategies to fit the worker and the workplace
II Repetitive Motion Disorders
  A Muscular conditions that reult from repetitive nature of normal work activities'B. Carpal tunnel syndrome
  C.Bursitis
  D. Tendonitis etc
III.  How to configure the Workstation
  A. Keyboard
  B. Desk
  C. Monitor
  D. Chair
  E. Lighting
IV. Strategies for Lifting
  A. Get close to the load
  B. Maintain proper spinal curves
  C. Tighten abdominal muscles
  D. Lift with legs
V. Sit and be Fit
  A. Desk exercises
  B. Brugger's posture break
  C. Eye exercises and stretches

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