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Combat Back Pain At Work - Here Are 5 Easy Steps

5 Steps to Combat Back Pain While at the Office

If you are someone who works in an office and sits at a desk all day, you have probably experienced back pain due to your prolonged sitting.

Is there any way to avoid the back pain?

Luckily, yes.

In this blog, we lay out five ways you can combat back pain while at the office.

And when you are experiencing Back Pain? Find relief with our Back Pain Doctor at Arrowhead Clinic.

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If you're reading this, I'm willing to bet you're sitting in an office chair. 

There's also a good chance you've been sitting there for a decent amount of time.

Maybe even hours.

Are you comfortable?

Maybe at first, but I bet you aren't as the day goes by.

You're at least feeling some discomfort in your back if you're not having outright aches and pains.

Unfortunately, this is just the way it is.

We go to work, sit in a chair for about 8 hours, and then we go home. Rinse and repeat.

What are we to do ?

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Best Sleeping Positions for Lower Back Pain

Correcting Sleep Positions for Low Back Pain Relief

Did you know that the way you sleep could be causing low back pain?

There are ways to improve the typical sleeping positions to help relieve and prevent low back pain.

In this blog, we take a look at low back pain, how incorrect sleeping positions contribute to that pain, and how to fix it.

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Is your lower back pain affecting your sleep?

Lower back pain is bad enough to deal with all day, but it's even worse when you go to lay down at night and just can't find a position that is comfortable enough for your back. 

Lower back pain was named the leading cause of disability across the globe.

What’s even more interesting is that most back pain isn’t caused by serious medical conditions, like cancer or arthritis.

Instead, it’s often brought on by stress or strain from bad posture, awkward sleeping positions, and other lifestyle habits.

Sleeping is important, and there are several different sleeping positions that alleviate lower back pain.

Related post: list of symptoms caused by subluxation of the thoracic spine.

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List of Symptoms Caused by Subluxation of the Thoracic Spine

The second section of this three-piece series has to do with thoracic spine subluxation. 

The thoracic spine is made up of twelve vertebrae, known as T1 through T12. It is located between the cervical and lumbar levels, right in the middle of the spine at your mid-back.

These twelve vertebrae and nerves connect directly to the rib cage, thus allowing easy communication with the central parts of the body. 

If you are experiencing back pain, you should see a back pain chiropractor as soon as possible.



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The 5 Most Common Causes of Back Pain

It has been suggested that up to 80% of the US population suffers from Back Pain, whether it is excruciating pain that puts you on the ground, or just a slight tweak you feel when getting out of bed this morning, all of us have at least experienced some discomfort coming from our backs.

Back pain is one of the most common medical conditions reported in the U.S. and you are likely to experience it at some point in your life.

Luckily, there are several common causes of back pain that can all be prevented.

Today we are looking at 5 Common Causes of Back Pain and how you can begin to remedy the problem.

It's important to see a back pain doctor if you have constant back pain.


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