Working in a physical job is not a substitute for doing exercises that can help to increase strength and flexibility. Engage employees in systematic stretching routines today.
Musculoskeletal-related injuries are the most common form of work-related illness, and risk factors such as static or awkward postures, repetition, and forceful exertions can be found in virtually every occupation and workplace. Employees feeling discomfort have a hard time focusing, and are at a higher risk for pain and injury.
Stretching programs combined with education are the most effective method of preventing pain and strain and improving work performance.