ergo lifting
Mar 20,2018

In protecting their most valuable asset—the amateur/professional athlete or the “industrial athlete”—sports teams and corporations alike have entrusted health professionals with the responsibility to oversee and provide guidance to  Read more

Feb 13,2018

This installment of our Industrial Athlete series will compare two initiatives used by coaches and health professionals to increase physical capabilities, improve biological stress responses and increase the overall  Read more

Jan 17,2018

Whether they realize it or not, athletes who engage in amateur or professional sports and “industrial athletes” have one thing in common—they are masters of science. That’s not to  Read more

Nov 07,2017

Beyond the concepts of computer keyboard placement and a well-designed desk chair, few people are aware of ergonomic programs. After all, it’s not a discipline OSHA overly regulates,  Read more

Oct 09,2017

The engine that powers a cohesive, efficient and successful ergo-culture based program is employee engagement. Though like any complex machine, it only runs at peak performance when each member  Read more

Aug 08,2017

Reaching the summit of Mt. Everest, the highest peak humans had ever been to; curing polio, perhaps one of the most feared disease of the 20th century and, of  Read more

May 13,2017

The basic element in creating a healthy company culture – discussed in Part I of the Culture Series – is positive employee experiences and the constructive shift in  Read more

Apr 04,2017

The word “culture,” according to Merriam-Webster, came in as the most searched word in 2014 and it remains in the top 1 percent of all online-dictionary searches. A  Read more

ergo lifting
Dec 15,2016

Lifting aids and engineering solutions can help workers minimize the amount of weight they have to carry, but the biggest cause of back injuries isn’t carrying too much—it’s using  Read more

Dec 15,2016

Whether running, jumping, squatting or kneeling, the activities we do every day are made possible because of our muscles, tendons and bones. These three components all connect to  Read more