Sitting at your desk all day may not seem physically demanding, but sitting most of your day can take a toll on your body. This puts you at risk for muscle strains, herniated discs, and other related back pain and health issues. Some common areas of pain from sitting at a desk include the neck, back, shoulders, and spinal disks. Protect your overall health by mitigating these conditions.
Here at Auburn Chiropractic Associates, we have compiled a list of actions you can take to prevent pain and discomfort while working at an office job. These tips are very simple and can make a big difference for your overall comfort and health.
Many people frequently experience joint aches and pains. This could be a result of prior injuries, systemic underlying health conditions, occupational stress, postural stress, or degenerative arthritis. Finding the appropriate treatment for your health condition can be difficult. Chiropractic care can help identify the source of your pain and improve your physical and emotional well-being. Additionally, the chiropractor will emphasize conservative health management to assist you in the prevention and recurrence of pain in the future.
While emphasizing conservative health management, chiropractors focus on the health of the spine and extremities. If you suffer from any of the symptoms listed below, it may be time to take your first steps with chiropractic care.
The spine is a complex structure in the body that serves many essential functions including central body support and nervous system protection. The 33 bones that make up the spine are divided into three major sections:
Social distancing is a concept that many had not heard of, let alone practiced, until this past year. With the rise of the pandemic, we as a society have begun to self isolate more and spend less time with others.