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Injury prevention services
Lift Right programEach year, lower-back injuries are the number one treated body part. And that has a big impact on business.
Lift Right BasicThis is an interactive, 15-minute, one-on-one instruction in proper posture and body mechanics. Each participant will be instructed in the neutral spine position, known as the power position, and how to maintain it while sitting and lifting to avoid injury. This program may be completed as a stand-alone service or in addition to pre-placement physicals.
Lift Right PlusThis program includes the Lift Right Basic program components, in addition to demonstrations of the power position in a number of common lift scenarios. This includes lifts from the floor to the waist, lifts overhead and lifts used in everyday life. Based on job demands, the program may include pushing, pulling and carrying. Actual job specific lifts will be incorporated with this program. Total time: 20—30 minutes per worker
Lift Right CompleteThis program includes the Lift Right Basic and Lift Right Plus program components. The Lift Right Complete program also includes a one-on-one evaluation with a member of our rehabilitation team. The therapist will assess each participant’s back health, including general posture, overall flexibility and strength. Concerns and weaknesses will be addressed through an individualized exercise program to reduce risk of a back injury. The assessment will be followed by instruction and demonstration on proper lifting. Total time: 45—60 minutes
Lift Right supervisor trainingA complementary Lift Right supervisor program is available for business that have completed Sanford Health Occupational Medicine Clinic’s Lift Right program. Lift Right supervisor training program objectives Upon completion of this training program, supervisors will be able to:
Groups of more than 15 will receive lifting technique posters for the worksite and a group presentation, which will address:
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