Articles tagged under ‘Exercise’
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Webinar recording: Translating Sport Science Research into Practical Injury Management Programs
How an injured nurse, an elite athlete and wearable technology can help you reduce musculoskeletal injuries in your workplace.
Pilates pain or gain?
The word “pilates” conjures images of healthy people in leotards with their legs above their heads. However, pilates was initially developed to assist with rehabilitation from injury, and it's still an effective rehab tool today...
Webinar recording: Effective physical rehab
The injured worker needs and deserves it.
The terrible two: UNDER-use and OVER-care
Ever wondered why some musculoskeletal injuries don't resolve as quickly as they should?
The proven pay-off of workplace health programs
The results of a Monash University study assessing the results of participation in the Global Corporate Challenge (GCC) are in: employee wellbeing improves when employers invest.
Promoting active workplaces for better work health
For employers looking to increase productivity and reduce sick days, a workplace wellness program could be the answer.
Rest and activity avoidance is often not the best medicine.
A young, fit worker develops back pain, is advised to rest and cut back activities. Three months later his back pain has not improved. Is rest really the best medicine?
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Health intervention gets outta town!
At 10 000 steps a day, healthy creativity goes a LONG way...
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Moving away from LBP
People with chronic, non specific low back pain may benefit from treatment that identifies and alters personal patterns of movement and posture that inadvertently contribute to pain.
Metabolic syndrome: risks and opportunities
Metabolic syndrome compromises health and work, but a personalised exercise intervention helps VW workers leave these problems in the dust...
An all round approach to Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia can be managed through a combination of physical and psychological rehabilitation.