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The logger's back - a physiotherapist's impression



The logger's back - a physiotherapist's impression



Technical Release, New Zealand Logging Industry Research Association 6(9): 4



The anatomy of the back is discussed in relation to injuries commonly suffered by loggers and guidelines are given on avoiding and minimizing back problems.

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