Medical doctors often recommend surgery for work injuries like back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. For many people though, taking time off work to recover from surgery isn't an option. What's more, many patients who do undergo surgery for back pain and carpal tunnel require revision surgery when their symptoms return a few years down the line. Chiropractic on the other hand, addresses the root of your pain to provide lasting relief.
Studies show that chiropractic treatments are effective for a number of work injuries including back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injuries, sciatica, neck pain, headache, migraine, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Whether you're a manual laborer with a back injury or an office worker with neck pain, chiropractic can get you back on the job free of pain.
Chiropractic Helps Workers Avoid Back Surgery
Preventing Work-related Pain with Chiropractic
Office Workers Find Relief with Acupuncture
Treating Radicular Pain with Chiropractic
Chiropractic Relieves Pain in Manual Laborers
Massage Therapy Prevents Workplace Pain
Posture Education and Chiropractic Relieve Work Injuries
Headache and Migraine
Carpal Tunnel and Wrist Pain
Carpal Tunnel Treatments
Hip and Joint Pain
Knee and Leg Pain
Sciatica and Lumbar Disc Herniation
Jaw Pain and Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
Any kind of repetitive task can result in musculoskeletal tension, dysfunction, and pain. This video shows you some simple stretches and exercises that you can use to keep your body flexible and pain-free.