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Archive: September 2019

Can a Meniscus Tear Heal on Its Own?

One of the most commonly occurring knee injuries in Arizona is a meniscus tear. It can result from impact to, or twisting of, the knee during a job-related accident. According to the University of Pennsylvania, you should always receive medical treatment if you…

Forklift Safety: 3 Things to Remember

Forklifts become a risk to the driver and other workers on the floor if they’re not managed properly. They can cause serious—and sometimes fatal—injuries. These three important safety tips can help you stay safe while operating a forklift: Maintain proper speed Not…

What is First Aid for Shock?

A serious work injury in Arizona can result in shock, a dangerous condition in which tissues and organs stop functioning properly because there is not enough blood circulating through the system. If you suspect that a co-worker has gone into…

What is Trigger Finger?

Trigger finger is a type of repetitive strain injury that may affect workers in certain professions in Arizona. According to WebMD, you may be more likely to develop trigger finger if you work in a job that requires forceful, repetitive motions of your…

What Secondary Conditions Can Result From Spinal Cord Injury?

An injury to your spinal cord occurring at your workplace in Arizona can cause permanent paralysis. However, there are other serious and often chronic complications that can also arise from spinal cord injury. A spinal cord injury can disrupt the…

How to Spot the Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury

Whether you are working at a construction site, in a warehouse or in an office building, you run the risk of sustaining a traumatic brain injury while on the job. Although these injuries occur most often at construction sites and…

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