Common Pains at Work That Signal a Chiropractic Visit

Common Pains at Work That Signal a Chiropractic Visit

November 21, 2019

We Are Your Chiropractor for Work Pain Relief and Treatment

Have you been feeling down after a long work week? Does your pain slowly fade on the weekends, just to return by Tuesday in full force? Synergy Health Partners is your chiropractor in Aurora and Thorton for work pain relief and treatment. If your job is making you physically miserable, do not suffer anymore. We can help with chiropractic care.


Work Pains That Signal the Need for a Chiropractic Visit

Migraines or Other Chronic Headaches

If you are suffering from migraines at the end of each workday, it could all come down to your work posture and too much computer time. We offer treatments for migraines including acupuncture, massage therapy, and physical therapy, and chiropractic adjustments.


Neck Pain

Do you find yourself rubbing your neck often throughout the day, massaging your shoulders as tension sets in, and feeling miserable before your shift is over? Physical therapy to teach you improved work posture and body mechanics can greatly improve negative symptoms you have.


Upper and Lower Back Pain

Improper lifting, repetitive motion, and even sitting too long in an incorrect position can cause upper and/or lower back pain that can become a chronic condition if left unaddressed. We can help you find pain relief with acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic, and physical therapy.


Leg Pain or Chronic Numbness and Tingling

If you find your legs, buttocks, or other extremities falling asleep while you are sitting at your desk, you may have sciatica or posture-related issues being exacerbated by job. We can help diagnose the cause of your pain and use techniques like physical therapy to help you find pain relief.


Contact Us to Schedule Your Next Chiropractic Appointment If You Have Been Experiencing Any of the Above Symptoms

Synergy Health Partners can help you recover from your pains with physical therapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, acupuncture, and other pain relief treatments.