Avoid Workplace Injuries

You spend much of your time at work and whether or not your job is physically demanding, it can have a huge impact on your body. There are many injuries you can sustain while working, and we’ve put together a list of things to look out for and how chiropractic can help.

Common Workplace Injuries

If the unfortunate circumstance comes up that you become injured at work and it prevents you from doing your job, you can suffer from more than just pain; you will often feel frustration, too. If you are unable to accomplish day-to-day tasks, your job may be put at risk. Some injuries occur because of accidents, but there are many that happen simply from repetitive tasks. Many injuries that happen in the workplace can be treated and prevented with the help of regular chiropractic care, including:

Diagnose Workplace Injuries

When you come to us at Healthy Life Chiropractic with a specific complaint, we will do more than treat your symptoms, we will work to determine the cause of the issue and how to fix it. We will begin by asking you questions about your lifestyle including your job and potential contributing factors. We may ask for a medical and family history or ever suggest additional testing such as an MRI or x-ray. When we’ve compiled as much information as we can, we will use our experience and expertise to determine the the cause of your issues and the best treatment plan for you.

Chiropractic Can Help

Once we’ve determined your injuries, we will move forward with a natural, non-invasive, drug-free treatment plan. As chiropractors, we are known for spinal adjustments, we are also experts in how the body works. We will use a variety of treatment methods including exercise therapy, heat/ice therapy, nutritional counseling, and massage therapy to help you recover. We will establish the best course of action for treatment that caters to your unique needs. Each of our treatment plans have the same goal: to provide the best care possible and restore our patient’s bodies to optimal health.

If you have sustained a workplace injury, we can help you heal. Contact us for a consultation or to schedule a chiropractic appointment.