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Back injury can involve the muscles and ligaments in the back, and/or the spinal discs.
What part of the back holds most of the body’s weight?
What acts as cushions between the spinal vertebrae?
What attaches the muscles to the vertebrae?
When the position of a disc changes, but does not break through the annulus, this is called a/an?
What factors increase the risk of disc degeneration?
It takes more force to lift an object that is further away from one’s body.
As long as you maintain good posture, sitting in one position will not cause back problems.
Besides slipping or falling, what else can cause back injuries?
Where is the best zone on one’s body for lifting?
To help prevent a back injury, pushing an object is better than pulling it.
If you must strain to carry a load, it means that:
When planning to lift an object, one should:
Before lifting, one should make sure the weight of the load is balanced.
Which of the following can help to prevent back injuries?