CDC and MSHHS guidelines

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CDC and MSHHS guidelines

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Yes, there is such a think as computer related injuries.

  • Working at a computer can cause back, neck and shoulder pains, headache, eyestrain and overuse injuries of the arms and hands.
  • You can help avoid computer-related injuries with proper furniture, better posture and good working habits.

backpain2016If you are experiencing neck pain, headaches, shoulder or arm pain, these are very common computer related injuries. Muscle and joint problems can be caused and even made worse by poor workstation and desk design, bad posture and sitting for extended periods of time.

Sitting in the same place or position for long periods of time can cause poor circulation to your muscles in your back, bones, tendons and ligaments and in most instances causing stiffness and pain in your neck area.

There are many things you can do to avoid back and neck pains as well as muscle and joint pain. Just follow this link to Better Health for more information about the best ways to avoid computer related injuries.

You can always contact Mikula Chiropractic as well. We are always ready to help you!


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