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Ergonomics: Practical Applications Certification Practicum

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Hot Tips: Simple Solutions to Common Ergonomics Challenges – Shoulder & Neck Aches and Pains

<p>Hot Tips: Simple Solutions to Common Ergonomics Challenges &#8211; Shoulder &amp; Neck Aches and Pains by Gary K Porter, Jr. &#8211; MS, ATC, LAT, CEAS III, CWcHP. Shoulder &amp; neck aches and pains are as common for the desk jockey as rotator cuff issues are for the baseball pitcher. Here is a simple solution to<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/hot-tips/hot-tips-simple-solutions-to-a-common-ergonomic-challenge-shoulder-neck-aches-and-pains/">Continue reading</a></p>

Onsite Physical Demand Analysis &#8211; ‘A Week in the Dog House’

<p>When You’re in the Dog House, Don’t Rock the Boat The Marine Welder (named ‘Rob) first showed me the ‘Dog House’ out in the shipyard. Made of solid steel, it was about 20 feet long, with five separate, 4-foot sections dividing it up. Each inner section had an 18-inch round portal to the next section,<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/industrial-rehab/physical-demands-testing/onsite-physical-demand-analysis-a-week-in-the-dog-house/">Continue reading</a></p>

Our Ergo Challenge Winner in the Individual Category: Sarah Arrigo with &#8220;Cirque-gonomics&#8221;

<p>Congratulations to our Ergo Challenge Winner in the Individual Category! We’re thrilled to announce the second winner of our first ever, Ergo Challenge. We had so many good entries that we split the contest into two categories – Corporate Ergonomics and Individual Ergonomics. Beverly was our winner in the corporate ergonomics category and you can read<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/our-ergo-challenge-winner-in-the-individual-category-sarah-arrigo-with-cirque-gonomics/">Continue reading</a></p>