Tech Neck and Workplace Ergonomics | Chiropractor for Neck Pain in Fishers, IN
One of the most common things we see in our clinic is neck pain.
How Posture Impacts Neck Pain
It all starts with your ergonomic setup, which is your work position. Most people are sitting these days in a work position and what happens is they’re looking forward, bending forward with the neck. The shoulders will then translate or move forward, and that will cause a lot of that shoulder tension and neck pain. There’s a condition in the spine called subluxation, where the spinal joint will shift out of position. Oftentimes, the root cause is simply how you’re sitting at your work desk all day long, or how you’re carrying yourself. If you find that condition called the subluxation then you make the correction to the spine, and then you realign your position at your desk.
Not only does the symptom get better, but it stays better and doesn’t come back!