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Aims of the day New approach to back health New approach to rehabilitation Examples of good practice Sources of support
2 million people suffered work ill health in 2004 Musculoskeletal disorders biggest cause Around 45% of MSDs involve the back Average time off 19 days Welsh Backs
We achieve this by (1): Working together to make a difference Increase the use lifting aids where possible Welsh Backs
We achieve this by (2) : Promote the stay active message Working together to return sufferers into normal activities Raising awareness and changing behaviour to make a difference Welsh Backs
In summary: Sensible precautions to reduce the incidence and impact of back pain Stay active with back pain – often the best therapy whatever your job, look after your back Welsh Backs
Working together to make a difference For more information visit welshbacks.com
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