Methods to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome
The combination of rest from the repetitive task and stretching the muscles can keep them from tearing or being strained and injured. Improved posture during the task itself can also help.
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Month: November 2015

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Carpal tunnel syndrome, otherwise known as CTS, is a common injury that workers in Missouri may face if their job requires continuous wrist or hand movement. While repetitive work cannot always be avoided, there are still steps that can be taken to decrease the risk of CTS. The New York Times reports that CTS can…

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Employees can frequently face situations which might result in back injury or strain. Because of this, workers in Missouri should be aware of the preventative measures they can take to limit their chances of injuring their back while on the job. First, the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion states that many ways to…

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Despite workplace safety measures and the care of employers and employees, it is still possible for workers in Missouri to get injured on the job. In order to get proper care and for incidents to be handled according to protocol, certain steps must be followed after being hurt in an accident. First, Missouri’s Department of…

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Many workers in Missouri are not aware of the fact that their job could be wreaking havoc on their back. It does not take a job with high physical demands to cause back strain or injury. Because of this, it is important for workers everywhere to be on the lookout for activities that may be…

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