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  • Preventing Shoulder Strain in Manual Labor Jobs

    Occupations involving manual labor demand a significant physical toll. Manual labor is defined as a job where an employee spends at least a quarter of their working hours on their feet, carrying, cleaning, lifting, and/or moving things.1

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  • Ergonomic Tips for a Safe and Healthy Work Environment

    Ergonomics is the scientific study of people in their working environment.1 The goal of studying ergonomics is to eliminate discomfort and the risk of injury in the workplace.

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  • Who Pays for Physical Therapy After a Car Accident?

    A car accident can be stressful on many levels. Not only is there frequently a physical injury but there is often a big financial question mark as well. Many car accident injuries are severe enough to require some form of physical therapy treatment.

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  • What’s the Difference Between Work Conditioning and Physical Therapy?

    What is a work conditioning program? A work conditioning program is a highly structured, goal-oriented therapeutic intervention focused specifically on getting the patient back to work.

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  • Benefits of Physical Therapy

    Recovery after an injury can be challenging, and knowing what steps to take for successful healing is essential. If you've been injured on the job or in an automobile accident, there will likely be paperwork involved and many other stressors that can impede your healing.

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