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  • Ergonomic Issues in Chiropractic/manipulation

    Hello All,

    Chiropractors and other health care professionals whose practice
    involves the delivery of manipulative thrusts may themselves experience
    injuries as a result of chronic overloading to the wrists, elbows, shoulders
    and back, etc. Experienced clinicians often make mention of the need to use
    "proper body mechanics" in the delivery of treatment to others but it
    appears that little substantive information is available. We are interested
    in following up all leads to studies/surveys/ergonomic assessments, etc.

    Thanks very much, Kevin


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    Kevin Arthur Ball, Ph.D.
    Director, Biomechanics Research Laboratory
    New York Chiropractic College
    2360 State Rte 89
    Seneca Falls, NY 13148

    kball@nycc.edu kevin.ball@utoronto.ca (alumnus)
    315-568-3858 voice 315-568-3204 FAX
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