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  1. Healthy Movements: Your Body's Mechanics From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health)  
    ... review our exit disclaimer . Subscribe Healthy Movements Your Body’s Mechanics Think about all the movements you do every ... and overall health. “All systems, whether in traditional mechanics or in the human body, are governed by the same basic physical laws,” ...
  2. Whiplash and Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAS) (North American Spine Society)  
    ... weeks and months usually involves strength training and body mechanics instruction. Patients who do not get better after ... muscles will also improve their range of motion. Body mechanics describes the interrelationship between the head, neck, upper ...
  3. Massage Therapists (Bureau of Labor Statistics)  
    ... Therapists can limit these risks by using good body mechanics, spacing sessions properly, exercising, and, in many cases, ... kinesiology, which is the study of motion and body mechanics; pathology, which is the study of disease; business ...
  4. Lower Back Pain in Athletes (American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine) - PDF  
    ... patterns, excessive sudden loads and twisting activities. Proper body mechanics and flexibility are essential for all activities. To ... is most likely due to poor conditioning and body mechanics, as well as lack of adequate warm-up. ...
  5. Managing Chronic Pain (American Occupational Therapy Association) - PDF  
    ... that use a lot of energy and implementing body mechanics that move the body in ways that are less likely to aggravate ...
  6. Tendinitis and Bursitis (American College of Rheumatology)  
    ... on weekends. Learn and maintain proper posture and body mechanics. Make sure sports equipment is the right size ...
  7. ... translates to not only a body habits, the body mechanics, the weight, the way we use our backs, ...
  8. Low Back Pain From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    ... be prevented? Recurring back pain resulting from improper body mechanics or other nontraumatic causes is often preventable. A combination of exercises that don't jolt or strain the back, maintaining ... constant contact between soft body tissue and a hard or sharp object, such ...
  9. Back Pain From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) - Short Summary  
    ... self-care. Recurring back pain resulting from improper body mechanics or other nontraumatic causes is often preventable. Engaging in exercises that don't jolt or strain the back, maintaining correct posture, ... and tools to protect the body from injury — at home and in the workplace ...
  10. ... you, a doctor or therapist will evaluate your body mechanics. The therapist may: Watch how your shoulder moves ...
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