Shoulder Injuries Don't Necessarily Need to Result in Lost Workdays, Study Says
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – One-quarter of indemnity claims involving shoulder ailments could be prevented, according to new research. A combination of reduced prolonged exposure to certain work factors — especially forceful hand movements could eliminate lost workdays, or sickness absence, for many injured workers with torn rotator cuffs and other shoulder injuries.
“Reducing significantly prolonged exposure to physical workload factors, avoiding regular smoking ...
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