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In the western world, office jobs are often seen as superior to manual labor. However, the sedentary lifestyle that may accompany long days at the office (not to mention all of that stress) may be at the heart of the increasing amount of neck pain experienced by employees with what some would consider a cushy job.
Here are 3 factors that lead to neck pain for office workers:
Here are a few ways to deal with your neck pain if you have to work in an office all day:
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