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Enabling design

Anderberg, Peter LU ; Olander, Elin LU ; Jönsson, Bodil LU and Sperling, Lena LU (2009) In Ergonomics for Rehabilitation Professionals p.477-506
Abstract
Designed to meet the diverse needs of therapists, this book presents a new approach to rehabilitation that integrates ergonomics concepts to address the wide range of problems commonly encountered by professionals. The first section addresses general concepts such as anthropometry and tissue mechanics. The next section explores whole body biomechanics, demonstrating the ergonomic effects of physiological and biomechanical factors. The third section focuses on regional biomechanics, explaining the rationale for ergonomic intervention. The final section of the text offers with a detailed discussion of the ergonomic paradigm in rehabilitation, including the use of physical demands analysis.
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  author       = {Anderberg, Peter and Olander, Elin and Jönsson, Bodil and Sperling, Lena},
  editor       = {Kumar, S},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {477--506},
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  series       = {Ergonomics for Rehabilitation Professionals},
  title        = {Enabling design},
  year         = {2009},
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