Proper Workplace Ergonomics

Proper Workplace Ergonomics

April 27, 2020

At Synergy Health Partners, we know that pain and discomfort can arise at any time. While people might not leave the house in the morning assuming they are going hurt at work, it can still happen. Regardless of whether someone sits at a desk or performs manual labor, it is possible for someone to suffer from pain. There are a few points that everyone should note about proper workplace ergonomics. That is where we can help as health professionals in Aurora, Denver, and Thornton.


Examples of Common Workplace Ergonomic Issues

Posture is one of the most common issues that people face if they sit behind a desk all day. Those who stare at a computer screen typing can develop neck pain, back pain, and wrist pain. This includes carpal tunnel syndrome. Proper ergonomics can prevent these issues from arising.

 

Those who perform jobs that involve a lot of heavy lifting can also develop back pain. This could even lead to a herniated disc. To avoid this issue, people need to remember to lift with their legs and not their back.

 

Treatment of Workplace Injuries

If someone suffers a workplace injury, there are a variety of treatment options available that can provide pain relief. Pain relief starts by seeing a chiropractor who can perform adjustments and manipulations that can align the body’s joints properly. Then, physical therapy is often used to strengthen that part of the body. The goal of physical therapy is to make that body part stronger, allowing it to resist injuries more easily. This is where the team at Synergy Health Partners is helpful.


Contact Synergy Health Partners Today to Make an Appointment

At Synergy Health Partners, we focus on treating the entire person from head to toe. This includes workplace injuries. Our goal is not only to treat your injuries but prevent them from coming back in the future. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, please call us today to make an appointment with a chiropractor in Aurora, Denver, and Thornton.

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