Preventing chronic MSDs
Most people who take time off work because of a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) return within a few weeks, once the acute injury has settled. However, for some people disability persists into the sub-acute phase (4-12 weeks post-injury) and may become chronic. Vocational rehabilitation interventions are designed to help people recover safely at work after injury. These interventions may be medical, psychological, social or occupational. ...
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