Occupational health services focusing on the biological, medical, and health care factors within the causing of work-related injury and unwellness, and their hindrance, diagnosis, and treatment. This class is intended to handle such problems as: Improved understanding of the link between activity risk factors (biological, chemical, physical, environmental, organizational) and therefore the incidence and mechanism of activity injury and unwellness. Improved understanding of the way to forestall exposure to activity risk factors and therefore the incidence of activity injury and unwellness. Development and analysis of medical programs and treatment choices for activity injury and unwellness, with a selected specialize in contractile organ disorders, low back disorders, activity allergies, activity cancers, respiratory organ unwellness, psychological impairment, and chronic pain.
Last date updated on June, 2014