Do Plainville office employees get neck pain? You bet they do! Just like Plainville small business owners and apprentices and advisers and receptionists and executive assistants and content writers for websites! Even the family bookkeeper and chief bill payer experiences neck pain! Why? We all - well, most of us - work over computers and at desks and in chairs that aren't very neck friendly. Layden Chiropractic eases neck pain and has hints for how to avert it as well.
Now we don't want to criticize just the desktop computers; the laptop computers are not great for our necks (and wrists!) either. A current study on notebook computer usage found that a 12 degree incline under a notebook sitting on a desk enhanced neck and head postures while barely adding to wrist extension which appears to be acceptable. (1) Nice bit of info ...
So what should we do about all this neck pain endured by Plainville computer users?
A review study currently suggest muscle strengthening or endurance exercise to care for neck pain and muscle endurance exercise for decreasing pain-related disability. (2) What are these?
Muscle strengthening includes improving the quantity of force you can exert against resistance. Push-ups and working with free weights are instances. For the neck muscles, working with a neck exerciser or against your own hand resistance produces results.
Muscle endurance exercise builds muscle over time with more repetitions and such to get the muscles to work longer.
While Layden Chiropractic is grateful for the suggestions, our Plainville chiropractor will likely mix chiropractic spinal manipulation with exercise (and maybe throw in a few hints for a more ergonomically friendly workspace!) for your Plainville neck pain relief, best clinical outcome, and future neck pain prevention. Our Cox Technic system tells us to anticipate for relief of at least 50% in 30 days. So many of our Plainville neck pain patients report relief in just a visit or two while some take a little longer. But our 50% Rule sets your expectation and guides our chiropractic treatment plan for your relief.
So make your chiropractic appointment today. Contact Layden Chiropractic for a full examination, diagnosis and gentle, safe neck pain treatment and relief.
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