older employee working in factory

The aging workforce encompasses those who continue careers after the age of forty. Every day in the United States, 10,000 Baby Boomers turn sixty-five. It is predicted the majority of the workforce will be over the age of forty in the next five to ten years. As the workforce ages, the need for more descriptive […]

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doctor bandaging patient's hand

Many workplace injuries can be prevented by familiarizing both employers and employees with the most common injuries that occur in certain lines of work, as well as how to possibly prevent them from happening. Most, if not all, jobs require the use of the hands to perform work duties, therefore, upper extremity injuries are some […]

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Injured worker with hands on lower back

Types of Back and Neck Pain Back and neck pain are a common problem affecting eighty percent (80%) of people at some point in their lives. Not everyone’s discomfort is the same—ranging from dull aches to sharp shooting pains—and some signs and symptoms are more troubling than others. Back and neck pain can progress to […]

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worker with injured hand on job site

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reported more than 2.6 million non-fatal workplace injuries in 2020, which are unfortunately all too common and can cause considerable difficulties for patients. In addition to the patient factors, workplace injuries result in significant loss of time, productivity, and morale for the employer, as well. The initial evaluation […]

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