Is working from home becoming a literal pain in the neck?
Updated: May 25
It’s starting to happen. Our work from home locations and positions are beginning to catch up with us. Who has been at a dining table? On the sofa? The yard? In bed? All of those are OK for just a little bit but day in and day out and something is bound to hurt.
This week, we’ve heard from a lot of people that they are having neck and back pain while working during the day. We want to help you with this! No one knows how much longer this will be going on. How much longer can you deal with having pain while having to sit at your “desk” and work? Yeah, we don’t want to put up with it either.
The good news is, these types of aches and pains, especially if caught early, do really well with a few exercises and some changes in your workspace. Your PT is trained not only to prescribe the right exercises for what you have going on but also to help you get the best set up possible, even if your location is less than ideal. We can do all of this with a virtual visit.
If you’ve been having aches and pains as a result of working at home and it’s starting to affect your daily life, don’t ignore it any longer. Please comment below or reach out to us (firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 615-428-9213) so we can learn more about you and what you need in order to be able to get through your day without pain in your back and neck.