Clinical Orthopedics and Rheumatology

Musculoskeletal Disorders of Rice Workers and the Effect of Breeding Movements on them

*Mohammadbagher Forghani Ozrudi
Department Of Sports Medicine, Iran, Islamic Republic Of

*Corresponding Author:
Mohammadbagher Forghani Ozrudi
Department Of Sports Medicine, Iran, Islamic Republic Of
Email:mohammadbagher.forghani@gmail.com

Published on: 2019-03-07

Abstract

The present research is going to study the musculoskeletal disorders of rice workers and the effect of breeding movements on them. So, Nordic questionnaire was screened for studying the prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders and also for risk exposure check of musculoskeletal disorders in 3 occupational tasks and Quick Exposure Check (QEC) was applied. A Nordic questionnaire was distributed among 258 rice farmers 34 out of whom suffering from musculoskeletal disorders were identified and participated as samples in the selected corrective plan and ergonomic interventions for 8 weeks. The results showed that the prevalence rate of musculoskeletal disorders was as follows: in lumbar 57.8%, wrist/ hand 49.5%, ankle 36.8%, foot and knee 32.9%, elbow29.9% and Lower back 20.2%, thigh 20.2%, shoulder 12.4% and neck 12% were in the following items. According to the QEC score, 75% of the tasks of rice farmers were in high or very high level. A score of QEC in different surveillance techniques showed that among the other tasks the highest score was allocated to move up (more than 75%), in other words with respect to the risk level it was on the very high level and regarding check, corrective exercises had to be enforced immediately. Having done exercises for eight weeks and ergonomic interventions, patients found a significant improvement in lumbar, shoulder, neck and wrist/hand disorders So, neck, lumbar, shoulder and wrist pains were relieved. According to the results, the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders in the rice farmers studied was relatively high; in addition, the highness of risk level was a symptom of traumatic workplace at the farm. The corrective exercises recommended for rice farmers reduced musculoskeletal disorders so, correction of moving up and improving conditions to move up are recommended.

Keywords

Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders; Occupational Ergonomic; Corrective Exercises; Rice farmers

Introduction

Business activities, is the foundation on which is based the creation of the system is that it ensures the survival of every creature. Almighty God, your creatures are good, each equipped with devices that operate with their own interests to attract and repel losses. Surprisingly, the most complex and the creation of man, the needs of other creatures is greater and therefore, more work needs to thereby removing the prop is underway myriad personal and family system that you can form naturally. Always work, part of people’s lives and is considered as a valuable and believe that any professional activity can be a way to gain credibility, respect and Economic Development. Anyone for a living, who has chosen a career job, brought him to inadvertently damage. Accordingly, it is considered as one of the great problems in the occupational form Abarghoei [1]. Farmers are persecuted community, and make up about 42% of the population [2].Unfortunately most of them located at a variety of musculoskeletal injuries, damage caused by the sun’s rays and pesticides, the lack of minimum health facilities [3].[4]