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Please follow us as we continue our How-To Series: Planking. The plank exercise is a challenging exercise that strengthens various muscles in the upper and lower body with a strong emphasis on the core. This isometric strengthening exercise is able …

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Please follow us as we continue our How-To Series and learn about decreasing your risk of injury at work. It is important to understand proper office ergonomics especially when that is an activity you will be doing more most of …

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Golf injuries often develop due to poor technique, decreased flexibility, and deficient strength of an individual golfer. The most common injuries for golfers happen at the elbows, knees, wrists, and lumbar spine. One example of a typical problem area is …

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Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is an overuse injury of the extensor tendons in the forearm. This most notoriously occurs in tennis players, but can also happen to employees on the job or after performing certain repetitive household chores. Lateral …

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Back belts are typically worn by individuals performing some form of manual handling. They are placed along the low back area and cinched tight during manual handling tasks. People often wear back belts because they feel it gives them more …

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