Here Dr Douglas Mills M.D. explains how our bodies are meant to be used at work…
This is a ‘glossary of terms’ type video - the ‘Watch This Video First’ in our series of videos relating to working with Injuries and using water fed poles…
There are two kinds of injuries - trauma and repetitive - I don’t hear of too many trauma injuries from water fed poles (making them safer than ladders) - but I am certain that they are potentially injurious over decades of use (as are ladders on the knees).
You cannot stay in the correct position using a Water Fed Pole - hence my concern!
A new video will be out today showing the problem - and we have designed some tools that we think make a huge difference!
I want to test them first on guys working with Injuries - if we can heal, or reduce the pain from existing injuries (no need they are ‘caused’ by Water Fed Pole usage) then it proves we can reduce the risk of injury!
If you work with pain, weakness, numbness, or loss of range of motion, go to /injury-survey.html
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