One of the employee groups facing the greatest threat of back pain is the office worker. A desk job may seem cushy to most who do manual labor, but sitting all day long and using technology frequently can lead to serious back issues over time. How can you minimize the risk of back pain if you are stuck in an office or cubical all day long? Here are a few tips.
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By doing these three simple things, you may be able to keep your back pain at a minimum:
An upper cervical chiropractor can help you to keep the top bones in your spine properly aligned. When the C1 and C2 are in place, proper posture feels more natural. When the spine does not have to compensate to keep the head balanced on the spine, shoulders, hips, and legs can remain even. All of this helps to relieve pressure on the lower back.
If you suffer from lower back pain, a gentle adjustment to the top bones of the neck may be your first step toward less pain. Contact an upper cervical chiropractic near you to learn more.
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