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Neck Pain Treatment Options: Preventing Neck Pain at Work 

Written By Breen Chiropractic Clinic, PC on September 25, 2019

Man with neck painNeck pain can be extremely distracting, leading to unbearable headaches. 

When you experience neck pain while working at your computer desk, what’s the first thing you should do? You might think you should seek out neck pain treatment from a Manassas chiropractor. 

Your number one priority should be prevention. 

Neck Pain Treatment – Start with Prevention, Then Choose Chiropractic

Today, you’ll discover how to prevent neck pain while sitting at your computer desk. Here are some steps that you can implement to reduce tension throughout your body. 

Make Good Posture a Priority

Whether you’re walking, standing, or sitting, good posture is a must

Poor posture causes unnecessary tension in your muscles, as well as the tendons and ligaments – from your head to your toes. 

Make sure your shoulders are in alignment with your hips as often as possible. 

Adjust Your Computer as Needed

Your computer screen should be in alignment with your eyes as you look straight ahead. If your computer screen is below your line of vision, prop it up. Get a computer/laptop lift, or even use a stack of books. 

Get an Ergonomic Chair 

Your chair could be an issue, too. If it’s too hard, doesn’t provide enough support, or doesn’t adjust to the height you need to have your knees and elbows at a 45-degree angle while working on your computer.

Already Experiencing Neck Pain? Contact Your Manassas Chiropractor

If you’re already experiencing intense neck pain or you’ve tried the tips above and aren’t getting any relief, you should contact your Manassas chiropractor right away.

Neck pain can be a sign of a serious condition, like a herniated disc. Dr. Breen, who has 30 years of chiropractic experience, can determine what’s causing your pain and prescribe the best neck pain treatment for your needs. 

Is neck pain ruining your day and having a negative impact on your productivity at work? Contact us at 703-368-4040 to schedule an appointment so you can finally get some relief.   

Posted In: Chiropractic Neck Pain Treatment