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Musculoskeletal injuries in military women are common prevention and management of such injuries are very important to sustain the fighting force and maintain military. The percentage of women and roles these women occupy in the military have greatly expanded in the last 10 years department of defense data from september 2010 indicate that women comprised 145 of our active duty service members and 177 of the reserve and national guard service members. Multivariate cox regression controlling for other injury risk factors showed little difference in injury risk between the e and c groups among men risk ratio elc 101 95 confidence interval 088 116 p087 or women risk ratio elc 107 95 confidence interval 091 125 p 044. Sections topics cover an overview of musculoskeletal injuries in military women common lower extremity overuse injuries common traumatic injuries an overview of general injury prevention treatment and rehabilitation techniques and specific injury prevention treatment and rehabilitation techniques in the military. Musculoskeletal injuries in military women document for musculoskeletal injuries in military women is available in various format such as pdf doc and epub which you can directly download
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