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Occupational Rehab Clinic

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Margdarsi’s rehab clinic for occupational disorder focuses on imbibing ergonomic principles to deal with various occupational disorders.

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Prof. Satyanarayan Mahapatra

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Factors Associated with Occupational Rehab
  • Work postures and movements.

  • Repetitiveness and pace of work.

  • Force of movements &Vibration.

  • Temperature.

  • Lack of influence or control over one's job.

  • Increase pressure (e.g., to produce more).

  • Lack of or poor communication.

  • Monotonous tasks.

  • Perception of low support (e.g., manager or co-worker).


*A thorough assessment and management of  both physical and psychosocial factors are the key.

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Other Benefits:

Multi-modal Therapeutics

Parent's training for home based management of Autism

Social Integration at Aditi Integrated School

Empowering the professionals and capacity building of the service organizations

Liaison with Government for policy, planning and facility development

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Margdarsi's Approach

What is our Approach to Occupational Rehab Disorder Patients
  • Here the session starts with a detailed assessment and diagnosis followed by a multimodal approach of treatment for the betterment of the patient.

  • Sessions are virtual /physical and individualized/ grouped

  • Best in class equipment

  • Evidence-based approach

  • Critical thinking with a patient-centric approach

About Occupational Rehab

What is Occupational Rehab

Many researchers have proved that workstation analysis and ergonomics play a vital role in preventing and treating occupational overuse syndrome or repetitive strain injury. It has its curated evidence-based protocol for various occupational disorders.


Occupational health is defined as the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers in all occupations. It is the branch of healthcare which deals with all aspects of health and safety at the workplace. It lays strong emphasis on the prevention of hazards at a primary level. Occupational health is essentially preventive medicine.


Work- related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSD) /Occupational overuse syndrome (OOS) are injuries or disorders of the muscles, nerves, tendons, joints, cartilage, and spinal discs. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD) are conditions in which:

  1. The work environment and performance of work contribute significantly to the condition

  2. The condition is made worse or persists longer due to work conditions

Margdarsi will provide the following:
  • Exclusive designed protocol

  • Exercises and relaxation program

  • Customized dos and don’t

  • Advice on workplace and positional modifications

  • Therapeutic management of pain

  • Yoga therapy

  • Stress management

  • Modification in dietary intake

Important Factors

How are work postures and movements a risk for WMSDs/OOS?

Anybody position can cause discomfort and fatigue if it is maintained for long periods. Standing, for example, is a natural body posture, and by itself poses no particular health hazards. However, working for long periods in a standing position can cause sore feet, general muscular fatigue, and low back pain. Also, the improper layout of work areas and certain tasks can make workers use unnatural standing positions.


Two aspects of body position can contribute to injuries:


  1. When parts of the body are near the extremes of their range of movements, stretching and compression of tendons and nerves occur.

  2. The longer a fixed or awkward body position is used, the more likely we are to develop WRMSDs

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