LBI

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AcronymDefinition
LBILehman Brothers, Inc.
LBILong Beach Island (New Jersey Shore)
LBILudwig Boltzmann Institut (Austrian research institute)
LBILocal Bus Interface
LBILibrary Item
LBILawson Business Intelligence (software)
LBILeo Baeck Institute
LBILapindo Brantas, Inc. (Indonesia)
LBILiga Bolchevique Internacionalista (Spanish: Internationalist Bolshevik League)
LBILouis Berger International (est. 1953)
LBILow Back Injury (orthopedics)
LBILimited Brands, Inc. (various locations)
LBILimited Background Investigation
LBILegally Binding Instrument
LBILoris Broadcasting Inc.
LBILeveraged Buy In
LBILaboratory of Bioinformatics (various locations)
LBILong Baseline Interferometer
LBILast Block Indicator
LBILine of Bearing Intersection
LBILaunch Before Impact
LBILine Build In
LBILand Based Interceptor
LBILeave Bread In (Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches)
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Assisting wheelchair users on bus ramps: A potential cause of low back injury among bus drivers.
(20) (B) found difference in the occurrence of occupational low back injury between back-support users and non-users of 10.4 per million working hours, RR=1.52 (95%CI 1.36-1.69).
Earlier, Ekaterina Makarova of Russia and Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko had also withdrawn from the tournament due to a schedule change and low back injury, respectively.
Indeed, lifting-related injuries, especially low back injury that frequently occur in industry, are associated with low back pain and discomfort and account for most of the time loss and because of that are costly [2].
Therefore, as trunk kinematics when cycling with IC does not differ from NC cycling, there is no greater risk of low back injury or pain when cycling with IC.
Scholey and Hair [24] have found the rehabilitation setting to be a stressful work environment, thereby, increasing the risk of low back injury. Physical therapists reported that their most significant injury had first occurred whilst working with general musculoskeletal outpatients (31%), in neurological rehabilitation (14%) and caring for the elderly (12%).
[6,7,3] Tests include static measurement of lateral spinal flexion [7] as the asymmetrical range of motion may predispose an athlete to low back injury or be the result of a previous low back injury.
hot or cold Packs have never been proven to quickly resolve low back injury, but may help ease pain and reduce inflammation especially with cold packs.
Among workplace injuries and illnesses necessitating days away from work, low back injury is the most commonly reported musculoskeletal disorder (U.S.
Low back injury in elite and professional golfers: an epidemiologic and radiographic study.
Australian Team Physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said: "Michael Clarke has a longstanding low back injury that requires ongoing management.
Australian physio Alex Kountouris said: "Michael Clarke has a longstanding low back injury that requires ongoing management.