Hands-on clinical support for early intervention, communication, and training to workers. This is a strategy to help learn about workplace hazards, communicate these to the business, and manage and mitigate injury when the early signs of discomfort arise in muscle, tendon and ligament: neck pain, headaches, shoulder pain, back pain, hip pain, calf pain, or abdominal discomforts. It is an early intervention and surveillance service to help advice best-practice work intervention. The practice blends holistic healing, broad-spectrum on-site analysis, and workplace design considerations. Contributing factors such as nutrition, hydration, or anxiety may be addressed. Regular contracted service can be arranged on-site for the most effective practice.
We consider the match of the work applicant to the available tools, equipment, work area, methods, task demands, and environmental conditions of the job. We assess individual worker capacity, biomechanics: musculoskeletal strength, range, muscular and cardiovascular endurance, anthropometrics – body measurements, or tolerance to a task as simulated in testing conditions to determine fit for work status and to advise on any possible accommodation required to support work performance. This service is designed to aid recruitment, job advancement or change, or biomechanical health screening.