Multifunctional Backpack Without Spinal Disorder as a Portable Bag Massager for Chiropractic

Iqmalia, Bella Naziel and Wicaksono, Lutfi and Subhan, M and Rosydah, Binti Mualifatul (2019) Multifunctional Backpack Without Spinal Disorder as a Portable Bag Massager for Chiropractic. In: ICER-PH 2018, 26-27 October 2018, Makassar, Indonesia.

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Abstract

Bags are very important equipment in life. According to the association of scoliosis care, more than 90% of people in developing countries reported using a backpack. Bag type backpack is very much an enthusiast in the era of globalization as it is today because the backpack is more practical and has a greater capacity. Although much in demand, the use of an unsuitable backpack in terms of design, heavy load, and how to use it has a considerable negative impact that it can increase the stress on the structure of the spine, back pain, changes in posture, and gait. If it is done continuously may result in irreversible changes, because the ligaments and spine degenerate with age. Spinal healing therapy that is widely applied all this time is chiropractic therapy. This study aims to design and make a multifunctional backpack without spinal disorder that can function as a support for chiropractic therapy. Research method using a cross sectional survey to study correlation dynamics between risk factors and effects, using approaching, observing or collecting data at a time (point time approach). This multifunctional backpack has been successfully designed and created by combining chiropractic device therapy. The results showed that this backpack proved to be comfortable and ergonomic when it was used

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: backpack chiropractic massager
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 16 Sep 2021 06:07
Last Modified: 16 Sep 2021 06:07
URI: https://eprints.eudl.eu/id/eprint/6870

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