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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Addressing And Preventing Work-Related Back Pain Here are some essential tips to help you do so REFERENCES:Brain Behav Immun 2006;20:423-9J Pain 2006;7:718-25Spine 2006;6:131-7J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2005;28:128-34J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2006;29:213Appl Ergon 2006;37:441-50 Addressing And Preventing Work-Related Back Pain Back pain continues to be the leading cause of Physical dysfunction and productivity loss at work. It has accounted for a huge portion of work injuries and workers compensation claims. On the lighter note, work-related back pain can easily be prevented. With proper education and the awareness of drug-free therapeutic alternatives, you can protect yourself from the serious consequences of work-related back pain. Here are some essential tips to help you do so Dont rely on pain medications These might have unpleasant side effects such as drowsiness, nausea, and restricted breath, which further disrupt your work Step away from your desk and take a breather. Back pain can be caused by work-related-stress. Keep the stuff that you frequently use near you. Your trusted chiropractor can help you deal with vertebral subluxations, Which significantly contribute to back pain. Check on your posture Seek to reduce stress Organise your work area Have regular chiropractic adjustments Dont slump and slouch in your seat. Try to distribute your entire body weight evenly on both hips. Go for a brief walk or do some stretches. Learn about different stressmanagement techniques and unwind regularly. In this way, it becomes easier and more convenient for you. Take short breaks Copyright 2014 Canberra Spine Centre. All Right Reserved 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Contact us today! INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY: CHIROPRACTIC SPECIAL OFFER... Make your first appointment to see our Chiropractor and receive: Detailed history and consultation 7 MacPherson Street, OConnor ACT 2602 (02) 6257 9400 Screening orthopaedic and neurologic examination X-Rays (If required) Full report of findings on your 2nd visit Total Value $250.00 Yours for only $60.00 Full Spinal & Postural Examination Contact us today! For more tips on dealing with back pain and other health concerns, Consult your health partners here at the Canberra Spine Centre. Your trusted chiropractor in Canberra is committed to helping you achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness so that you can always be at your best.
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