Managing the Risk Factors (and Economic Costs) of Musculoskeletal Disorders

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Tamara Parris

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Managing the Risk Factors (and Economic Costs) of Musculoskeletal Disorders

Kimberly Hansen, an expert in industrial sports medicine, explains how to reduce the risk factors (and economic costs) associated with musculoskeletal disorders, chronic discomforts and potential injuries for the workers that can impact your company's bottom line.

Please also take a moment to download the slide deck in pdf attached below.

Webinar covers:

  •  The “first alerts:” Recognize how discomfort signals an increased risk of injury.
  • How to identify musculoskeletal disorders and their associated economic costs to your business.
  • The difference between proactive and reactive solutions.
  •  How to use the principles of industrial sports medicine to reduce your workers’ compensation costs.

About the Speaker:

Kimberly Hansen is an Industrial Sports Medicine Professional for Briotix Health. She is a Board-Certified Athletic Trainer and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and a minor in Psychology from Grand Canyon University. She is the District 7 representative for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Committee on Practice Advancement, and she leads the Occupational Athletic Trainers’ Workgroup. 

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