This practical comprehensive resource details the medical biomechanical and industrial perspectives of cumulative trauma disorders ctds the integrated approach provides the practitioner with in depth theoretical background information and practical intervention techniques to effectively develop and critically analyze ctd programs. Cumulative trauma disorders ctds are musculoskeletal disorders that form due to work related activities wearing on the body the musculoskeletal system is comprised of joints tendons nerves ligaments and muscles all of which can be damaged by seemingly harmless repetitive motions over long periods of time. Cumulative trauma disorder cumulative trauma disorders are the most frequent cause of lost work and workers compensation claims in certain industries97 management as with any overuse syndrome part of the management of the condition involves avoidance or modification of training athletes should be encouraged to warm up adequately . A cumulative trauma disorder is a condition where a part of the body is injured by repeatedly overusing or putting stress on that body part also known as a repetitive stress injury cumulative trauma occurs when a body part is pushed to work at a greater level than intended over an extended period of time. Cumulative trauma disorders repetitive stress injuries repetitive motion injuries or disorders occupational or sports overuse syndromes poor ergonomic techniques by computer users is one of many causes of repetitive strain injury
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