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    Awty we must extend time in between classes kids don’t have enough time to get books from their locker, when kids are rushed there is a higher chance that you will forget a book or bring the wrong book, lastly, kids do not have enough time to go to the restroom and will ask during class time and miss class time. The first reason that passing periods should be extended is kids do not have time to get books from their locker from the next period. Slugging a backpack that weighs 30 pounds 2 flights of stairs hurts, I have seen many people do it, and walking upstairs with that heavy backpack also makes it slower. So, there is still a chance that you will be late to class. This can result in severe back pain or a higher chance of experiencing backpain in the future. If kids receive back pain during school periods, they might ask the teacher to go to the nurse and miss class. By missing class periods of even hole days of school, they might have to catch up on the stuff they missed the day before. That produces a higher chance of making a bad grade. Six minutes is not enough time to go to your locker and retrieve supplies for you next class or period. This is my first reason that the time between classes should be extended. The second reason that passing periods should be extended is that when kids are rushed there is a higher chance that they will forget a book or bring the wrong book. A fellow student and friend of mine named Oliver says “I forget at least one book a day to…

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    Degenerative Disk Essay

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    disease. the effects. do you know about this disease. Do you anybody with this disease. the effects of degenerative disk disease are as followed it is the symptoms of pain and possibly radiating weakness or numbness stemming from degenerated disk in the spine. The back just gets old and the disks get old and rot and can’t hold the back up. Degenerative disk disease leaves patients wondering what exactly the disease means according to spine health. The disk is made up of 90% of water according…

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    Association states that as many as 30 million Americans suffer from lower back pain at some point in their lives. Many of these people live in the Seattle area. Typically, most people with low back pain will make an appointment with their family doctor, which often leads to a prescription of anti-inflammatory drugs. These are known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs. These drugs can be helpful short-term, but they also come with a myriad of harmful side effects, such as upset…

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    Introduction Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire (OMPQ) was developed to assist in the identification of clients that are experiencing musculoskeletal pain and are at risk of a delayed recovery leading to longer absence from work, restriction in function and pain. (Hocking, McAuley & Maher 2008; Sattelmayer, Lorenz, Roder & Hilfiger, 2011). OMPQ is used by occupational therapist’s with clients who are effected by pain problems that are resulting in decreased performance at work and/or…

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    Magnificent Back Relief Do you suffer from frequent backaches? Are you constantly in pain or does it seem to happen mostly after you have been walking around for a while? For many, walking and pain seem to go hand-in-hand. However, no one really wants to give up walking. In fact, it is sometimes impossible to avoid it. There are errands to run, trips to the grocery store to take, and more. Who has time for backaches? Luckily, now, there are a few magnificent back relief options for you to…

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    How Chiropractic Care Relieves Pain When an individual with a misaligned spinal column receives chiropractic treatment, the chiropractic physician gently places pressure on the areas of the spinal column that need to be realigned: Once realigned, the painful pressure that was being placed on the spinal nerves is relieved. Both chiropractic care and physical therapy treatments are designed to manage pain and accelerate the healing process. A Comprehensive Approach Our goal is to provide…

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    Chiropractor Case Study

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    How A Chiropractor Can Help You With These Problems Chiropractic care is focused on identifying and treating neuromuscular disorders. It is mainly based on manually adjusting and manipulating the spine. While it is a proven method for treating chronic back pain, it can help with a variety of other issues, including migraines, neck pain, autoimmune diseases, depression, and others. In fact, most chiropractors are both trained and certified in fields like physical rehabilitation, orthopaedics,…

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    Ergonomic Workstation

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    Research proposal objectives are to determine if ergonomic workstations in the clinical laboratory will reduce the risk of occupational injuries. Our literature review will analyze published data regarding ergonomic implementation in the workplace. We will then formulate an argument to explain the purpose of our study. Conclusively, a research design will express our recommendations for how to develop and implement successful ergonomic workstations for clinical laboratory technologists.…

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    However there are many ways to control back pain and prevent it from happening to the newer nurses. Jaromi et al. (2012) completed research on a Back School. This school provided passive physiotherapy once a week for a 6 week period. There was also a theory part of the school that taught the nurses many things such as anatomy and body mechanics, proper body posture, back safety, lifting techniques, and more. Afterwards all the participants had follow up appointments with the nurse. They studied…

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    The purpose of the study was to see if the Health Belief Model and the educational intervention sessions will help with the nurses to prevent low back pain (Sharafkhani, et al, 2016). 100 nurses were selected in stages to participate in the study: 50 nurses in the control group and 50 nurses in the intervention group (Sharafkhani, et al, 2016). The nurses from the control group were given the self-reported questionnaire before and after 12 weeks of study (Sharafkhani, et al, 2016). The nurses…

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