Work-related musculoskeletal disorders are easily mitigated and prevented by a specific exercise program that targets the various bodily systems involved in the condition.
A telemedicine program will be discussed with a discussion of five (out of a sample of 200) cases with work-related musculoskeletal injuries. They were advised to follow a program based on the pathophysiology of these condition, and their symptom complex. A general protocol to target computer-related musculoskeletal symptoms has been developed through the successful treatment of these sufferers.
A discussion of the differences in this protocol and the traditional care will follow.