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Industrial Rehabilitation: On-site medical management

Preventive stretching exercise program

Stretching counteracts the effects of many physical job demands. Stretching improves blood flow, flexibility, reduces fatigue, contributes to a culture of safety, and aids posture realignment or balance. A therapist can customize a stretching program for your company’s needs, and this can be an important part of a comprehensive injury prevention program.

Early intervention

One-on-one assessment of a worker reporting musculoskeletal symptoms. Early intervention, based on OSHA’s definition of First Aid, may include provision of non-rigid supports, ice and/or heat, and involve recommendations related to employee fitness and safe work practices.

Train the trainer

We identify and train key people within an organization to form an ergonomics team. We also help supervisors identify ergonomic risks and offer strategies for remediation. This program—an investment in the future safety of the organization—identifies and controls MSDs as they arise. Train the trainer principles can be applied to an onsite work stretching program as well.

Americans with Disabilities Act compliance assistance

This involves provision of practical recommendations for reasonable accommodations and facility accessibility as required by the ADA for covered persons.


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