Lower Limb Disorders (LLD’s)

Lower Limb Disorders (LLD’s)

Lower limb disorders are musculoskeletal disorders that affect the hips, knees and legs. It is estimated that workers take an average of 25 days off work due to lower limb disorders, and around 1.7 million working days are lost. Lower limb disorders may be either due to an acute injury or develop gradually over a period of time. These disorders are more common in tasks such as:

  • Repetitive kneeling or squatting
  • Climbing stairs or ladders
  • Heavy manual handling
  • Prolonged standing.
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