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Implementing an Injury Prevention Program based on Core and Shoulder Strengthening Exercises For The Industrial Worker at Tilcon :

Implementing an Injury Prevention Program based on Core and Shoulder Strengthening Exercises For The Industrial Worker at Tilcon Kelly Corso MS, LAT, ATC Andrea D. Lopes Sauers , PhD ATRN 9004

Background:

Background Musculoskeletal disorders are the most common and serious cause of occupational injuries seen in the industrial setting. Low back injuries are considered to be the most common disabling injuries and account for the most lost days from work. The prevalence of shoulder injuries ranges from 25%-71% of all musculoskeletal disorders. Injury prevention programs have been implemented in the industrial setting in order to decrease the risk of work related injuries.

Risk Factors:

Risk Factors

Cause and Effect :

Cause and Effect

Baseline Assessment:

Baseline Assessment Year # of Recordable Injuries 2016 16 VS. Year # of Recordable Injuries 2017 1

Design:

Design Supine Single Leg Bridge

Design:

Design Quadruped Alternating Arm/Leg

Design:

Design Wood Chopper

Design:

Design Swiss ball Hip Extension

Design:

Design Swiss Ball Knee Up

Results:

Results

Results:

Results

Results:

Results

Results:

Results

Future Goals:

Future Goals Refine the program for the next PDSA cycle Include all quarry employees by the end of August 2018 Include all other remaining divisions by beginning of 2019

References:

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References:

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