Treating Back-to-School Neck, Shoulder, and Back Pain
Many students went through much of 2020 without attending school in person. Now, as 2021 rolls on, some students and teachers are being welcomed back to class in-person. Either way, whether you are going to head into school or if you are studying from home, it is important to consider back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain, and how to take care of your health. Visit Boca Health & Wellness Center in Boca Raton to learn how you can reduce or eliminate your pain, so you can focus on studying.
Tips for Relieving Back Pain and Other Pains At Home
A lot of people have spent long days stuck inside working and studying amid the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have been using a chair that lacks support or your desk isn’t properly set up, it could cause neck pain, back pain, or shoulder pain. Even if you have the proper furniture, it is a good idea to take a break once in a while and stand up.
It is important to ensure that you have the right at-home setup for work or studying. A supportive chair and desk optimized to your height and body can reduce strain. Our chiropractor can help you identify the right ergonomic furniture. We can also work with you to provide pain relief without having to rely on pain medication or invasive procedures.
Tips For Reducing School-Related Pains
If you are lugging a heavy backpack across campus, the weight can strain your shoulders and back. This could cause a lot of problems. If you are suffering from shoulder, back, or neck pains, you may want to reduce your load. Buying a lighter computer or reading ebooks instead of packing heavy physical books may help.
The right backpack can also reduce your strain. Some backpacks are optimized to reduce strain. Our chiropractor can help you discover what is causing your pain and will provide immediate hands-on relief for your pain.
Chiropractic Care in Boca Raton, FL
If you are heading back to school or work and familiar pains are starting to pop up, we can help! Call Boca Health & Wellness Center today at (561) 447-2228 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Caruso.