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The Bottom Line: Research Interview: Lifting Height & Low Back Pain

Written by: humantech on October 24th, 2017

Humantech ergonomics researcher Binh Ngo explains the results of his study on lifting heights  and low back pain in this special installment of The Bottom Line.

For more, watch the edition, “Lifting Height and Low Back Pain: What’s the Effect?”.

Binh P. T. Ngo, Amin Yazdani, Nicolette Carlan, Richard Wells. (2017). Lifting Height as the Dominant Risk Factor for Low Back Pain and Loading during Manual Materials Handling: A Scoping Review. IISE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors, June 2017.

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