Differences in multi-joint kinematic patterns of repetitive hammering in healthy, fatigued and shoulder-injured individuals

Work-related musculo-skeletal disorders have been previously related to movement repetition, inadequate postures, non-ergonomic environments, muscular imbalance and fatigue

Julie N. Côté

2005

Scholarcy highlights

  • Work-related musculo-skeletal disorders have been previously related to movement repetition, inadequate postures, non-ergonomic environments, muscular imbalance and fatigue
  • Shoulder kinematics were not changed by either fatigue or shoulder injury. These changes at the wrist and elbow may reflect strategies used by individuals with shoulder injury to maintain constant movement duration and shoulder kinematics during movement

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