How to Prevent & Treat Work Related Injuries

Work related injury is typical among Americans. Every year, people find themselves taking out workman’s comp due to unexpected work injuries. Regardless of whether you work in an industrial factory or at a 9-5 desk job, work related back pain is something that can happen to you.

Rather than resort to expensive doctor’s visits or potentially addictive pain medications, one way to knock work-related back pain out is through visits to a chiropractor. However, before you schedule a visit with Premier Health Chiropractic and Wellness, we believe it is important that you truly understand the source behind your pain and the options we have available to help.

What Causes Work Related Back Pain?

Workplace injuries are a lot more common than most people may think. Some injuries like mechanical accidents can even be lethal. However, most injuries in the workplace involve standard aches and pains that usually involve the spine.

Common causes for work-related back pains:

  • Falling from an elevated height
  • Over Exerting while lifting or pulling a heavy object
  • Slips and falls from wet floors
  • Repetitive motion

Even sitting at a desk for eight hours a day can eventually cause back pain due to not utilizing correct sitting posture.

How Can a Chiropractor Treat Work Related Injuries?

Back and neck pain can be a real problem. Not only is this sensation unbearable at times, but it can leave a person out of work for an indefinite period of time. Some people make use of a posture corrector, a device that helps ensure your posture remains positive. While these may work, by regularly scheduling chiropractic visits you can lose these extra steps and ease the pain of work-related injuries through successful methods like:

  • Massage Therapy
  • Spinal Adjustment
  • Spinal Decompression
  • Electric Muscle Stimulation

When you make visiting a chiropractor your priority, you will be able to manage your pain holistically keep yourself as a valuable asset in the workforce. While this is a plus, aside from these benefits, you are making use of chiropractic practices that correct bad posture.

Ways to Proactively Prevent Work Related Injury

Although chiropractors are here to help alleviate your pain, we also believe that you should avoid creating it all together. Occupational hazards, while common, can be an issue of the past at your workplace with the right procedures in place.

Training is Essential

If you are a manager, properly training your employees to operate heavy machinery or lift heavy objects is essential. Not only are you preventing your workers from injuring themselves on the job, but you are also saving money that would be lost if something were to go wrong.

Move Around

Sitting in a chair for eight hours can become painful and bad for your spinal posture. We recommend moving around every 20-30 minutes. This gets your blood flowing and helps release any tension that may have developed while you had been sitting down. While you are up, it can be beneficial to practice posture correcting exercises that can help ease mental and physical tension.

There are many other ways to approach avoiding occupational injuries. Your local chiropractor in Dallas will be able to help you find some strategies based on what your specific needs are.

Still Hurting After a Long Day’s Work? Premier Health Has Your Back!

If you are tired of having to turn to medication when your back pain returns for its regular visit, let the experts at Premier Health Chiropractic and Wellness help ease your ailments. Our team specializes in the most advanced chiropractic treatmentsthat have proven themselves to be successful. Reach out to us to schedule your free consultation where our specialists can determine where your discomfort is coming from and how we can help. Don’t ache another day, let us come to your aide.

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Premier Health Chiropractic & Wellness Center

Call Us: (972) 713-9355

Visit Us: 4425 Plano Parkway, Suite 901
Carrollton, TX 75010

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