Musculoskeletal disorder risk factors can be classified into two categories; work related risk factors, including repetitive or sustained awkward posture, repetition of tasks and forceful exertions; and individual risk factors, including poor work practices, poor fitness and poor health habits . Other checks for Musculoskeletal Disorders include pain redness, swelling, muscle weakness and muscle atrophy.
An individual exposed to Musculoskeletal Disorder risk factors will experience fatigue. A musculoskeletal imbalance occurs when the fatigue outruns the body’s recovery system. Overtime as the musculoskeletal imbalance persists and fatigue continues to outrun the body’s recovery system, a musculoskeletal disorder is likely to develop. Reflexes may also need to be checked, as unusual reflexes may indicate nerve damage.
Musculoskeletal disorders affect an individual’s body movement including an adverse impact upon on muscles, tendons, ligament etc.
To counteract such adverse impacts, Bodybrokers’ experienced trainers provide customised choices of nutrition and exercises, along with an overall help to increase the level of mobility and physical activity. Individuals suffering from Osteporosis can opt for the choices of nutrition plans which have been compiled by our trainers, aimed at increasing bone density, along with practicing weight bearing exercises under the guidance of the trainers. Utilizing other forms of therapy including physiotherapy, occupation therapy and such, the individuals muscle power can also seek to be improved upon.