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Shoulder Injury & Rotator Cuff Repair (RCR) in the Construction Industry

Construction is one the largest industries in the USA, and it’s one of the biggest construction markets worldwide. Being such a large industry that employs a manual laboring workforce, it’s no surprise that construction work yields a high volume of injuries. Specifically, musculoskeletal injuries and disorders (MSDs).

The physically demanding nature of construction, plus additional factors, makes it ripe for soft tissue injury. In particular, there are an above average number of shoulder injuries, tears, and necessary repairs. These shoulder injuries are costly, take a long time to heal, and on average, result in 26 days of missed work.

Download this whitepaper and discover why construction and musculoskeletal shoulder injuries (unfortunately) go hand-in-hand and what you can do to treat it to be  back at work sooner while spending less on care costs.


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