Ergologistics Defines Back Safety at ProMat 2013
Ergologistics Defines Back Safety at ProMat 2013 with demonstration
Ergologistics President, Aaron Lamb, highlighted information about preventing injury to the back in his weekly blog, “Make It a Safe Monday.” According to Lamb, “Your back is the main support structure of your entire body. Along with your muscles and joints, it allows you to move (sit, stand, bend, etc.) and to bear weight. But the back is also a delicate, finely balanced structure that can be easily injured if it is not cared for properly. Knowing the basics of back care can make the difference between a healthy back and an aching one!”
According to the University of Maryland, Division of Administration & Finance and Department of Environmental Safety, the back (or spinal column) is composed of 24 moveable bones called vertebrae. Between each vertebrae is a cushion-like pad called a disc that absorbs shock. These vertebrae and discs are supported by ligaments and muscles that keep the back properly aligned in three-balanced curves. When any of these various parts becomes diseased, injured or deconditioned, back problems and pain are almost certain to follow.
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Aaron M. Lamb, President