working from home injuries
RECOVERY PARTNERS: THE REHAB EXPERTS
Download here: Working from Home OOS Information
Most of us, including Recovery Partners consultants, are now working from home.
What are the most likely injuries that we will start to see occuring due to working from home? Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS) or what used to be called RSI (Repetitive Strain Injuries).
You, and your staff, need to have a safe work area to avoid injury, pain or fatigue.
Recovery Partners have prepared this Work from Home Occupational Overuse Syndrome information to help you. It includes information about OOS, what the symptoms might look like, what treatment to get and how to prevent these injuries.
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