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Posted on 04-11-2018
Whether you sit at a desk all day or perform repetitive arm movements, such as lifting, you might end up developing neck and shoulder pain. This pain can become so severe that it interferes with your ability to do your job. Our Livonia chiropractor offers the following tips for lowering your risk of neck and shoulder pain in the workplace.
Common causes of neck and shoulder pain in the workplace include poor posture and a lack of ergonomics. Sitting or standing in a slumped position puts a strain on your neck and shoulder muscles, leading to soreness. A lack of focus on ergonomics in the workplace, such as ensuring that your monitor is at the right height and that you are sitting in a comfortable chair that supports proper posture, also raises your risk of pain. Not stretching throughout the day can also cause pain if your neck and shoulder muscles become tense.
You can lower your risk of experiencing pain in your neck and shoulders in a few different ways.
Our Livonia and Westland chiropractor can help relieve pain and stiffness in your neck and shoulders due to your job. Chiropractic care involves making adjustments to your spine, including your upper spine, which eases tension and inflammation. When your spinal discs are in the right alignment, this removes pressure from nerves and lets oxygen and nutrients through for healing.
If you have neck and shoulder pain from your job, please contact Arbor Crossing Chiropractic Life Center, PLC to schedule an appointment. Our chiropractor in Livonia and Westland accepts all forms of Medicaid and can provide you with effective care to ease pain.
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