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June 8 2011 Ergonomics Newsletter
Healing is one of the mysteries of life. Although certain things can be predicted - such as how long it takes for a bone to knit, healing time for a repetitive strain injury cannot be precisely determined.
The lastest article from the Ergonomics site at BellaOnline.com looks at some of the factors that may affect recovery.
Repetitive Strain and Healing
Why does one person doing a task end up with a Repetitive Strain Injury while another (who is essentially the same size and build) doing the same task at the same speed doesn’t? One answer may be found in the hippocampus.
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Virginia is a Certified Professional Ergonomist and a Project Management Professional working in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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