Health by Numbers

Reduce Workplace Injuries & Employee Medical Claims

WHY ARE TIGHT MUSCLES INJURY RISKS AT THE WORKPLACE?

  1. Repetitive Motion Leads To Muscle Memory
  2. Muscle Memory Leads To A Fixed Shortened Muscle Length & Reduced Range Of Motion
  3. Overexertion Of Fixed Shortened Muscles Leads To Cumulative Micro Trauma Of Tendons, Ligaments, & Joints
  4. Cumulative Micro Trauma Is Repaired Through Inflammation
  5. Inflammation Leads To Scar Tissue & Adhesions Build Up
  6. Scar Tissue And Adhesions Further Reduce Joint Motion Range
  7. Overexertion of Joints With a Reduced Range Of Motion Lead To Sprain And Strain Injuries
  8. Stretching & Warm-Up Exercises Break Up Scar Tissue & Adhesions; & Restores Normal Range Of Motion 
  9. Prevent Cumulative Trauma & Sprain & Strain Injuries