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Common Pains at Work That Signal a Chiropractic Visit

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Common Pains at Work That Signal a Chiropractic Visit

If you come home from a day at work with aches and pains on a routine basis, finding an appropriate treatment to relieve discomfort is a must. Contact Campion Chiropractic if you are dealing with the stress of the neck, lower back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other symptoms caused by poor work ergonomics. Here are some common ailments that chiropractic treatment can help if you suffer from them frequently.

Pain In The Neck

Many people suffer from neck pain if they use poor practices on the job. Sitting at a computer day in and day out can lead to discomfort at the base of the neck if your monitor is not positioned at eye-level. Looking at a cell phone or tablet often to conduct your job can lead to "text neck" if you do not look away from the device often enough. Neck pain can also be caused by improper lifting or repetitive motions.

Discomfort of the Back

Back pain is a common ailment that can be caused by a variety of actions taken at work. Lifting a heavy item without help from a back brace or a coworker could lead to pulled muscles. Improper seating could cause lower back pain if you remain in a chair without adequate breaks or the use of a lumbar pillow. Twisting the body repetitively could also cause back pain to arise.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can strike different parts of the body if there is a constant repetitive movement being conducted on a daily basis. Many people who sit at a computer will have carpal tunnel syndrome in the wrists. The arms and legs can suffer from this condition as well, however. Numbness or a sensation of pins and needles of the affected area makes it difficult to perform tasks. Pain may also be experienced.

Call Campion Chiropractic Today!

Contact Campion Chiropractic if you are suffering from neck stress, lower back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other situations caused by poor work ergonomics. Reach out to our practitioner by giving us a call at (979) 693-6500.

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