Ever think about all of the scary things that can happen while you’re working every day? We’ve all heard about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, a very real affliction that many clients see us for all the time. But what about the more sneaky conditions or ramifications that no one thinks about?

No one gets a muscle strain just from hammering away at a keyboard all day, right? Wrong. Turns out that muscle strains can happen in multiple ways, and one of them is an incorrect seating position at a desk. Spend your day that way and sure enough, you could have problems with your muscles.

Headaches are a common problem as well, particularly if you spend your days hunched over and staring at a monitor. That poor seating posture can lead to back pain as well, another problem that can vex even the best of us. It’s not that the office is killing you, but it’s certainly not doing your body any favors, either.

So what’s the solution? Well some of them we talk about in our story about sitting on page 7. Turns out that some preventative measures include simple exercises and a few basic routines that can get the kinks out.

There will be more serious problems though, and sometimes you can’t fix them on your own. If that’s the case, you’ll need to see a professional, which is what we’re here for.

Our clinics have innovative diagnostic tools available in the facility ready for service on the spot. We have the ability to perform treatments in house, saving you the time and hassle of having to travel between different locations. Plus, we look at all sorts of options for taking you out of pain, because the goal is to bring you joy and relief, and stop the suffering.

We hope you’re having a great summer.

 

From our families to yours,

Dr. Tory McJunkin and Dr. Paul Lynch

Founders of Arizona Pain Specialists

 

Bible Quote:

Deuteronomy 20:4

For the LORD your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory.”

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