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Neck Pain Treatment 101: How to Prevent Neck Pain While Sitting at Your Computer Desk

Written By Harrison Chiropractic and Wellness on January 22, 2020

neck painDo you suffer from chronic neck pain?

Does your neck ache after a long day at the office?

If so, chances are that you are sitting improperly at your computer desk. 

Here, you will learn how to avoid neck pain while working at your computer, as well as what chiropractic care can offer for neck pain treatment. 

3 Tips to a Healthy Neck at Work

In order to maintain a healthy neck at work, you need to keep in mind some essential rules to protect your neck.

1. Take Mini Breaks

It is important to stop and take 5-10 minute breaks at least once an hour. Moving around every so often helps to avoid muscle stiffness building up in your neck and shoulders as you work on your computer. 

2. Practice Proper Posture

Proper posture is important as it protects your neck and back from strain. 

To practice proper posture, sit up straight with your shoulders back and feet flat on the floor. Be mindful of your posture throughout the day, as your body may start to slouch naturally.  

3. Adjust Your Monitor

Always make sure your computer monitor is at eye level. If your computer screen is too low or too high, you risk straining your neck from the unnatural positions.

Choose Chiropractic Care in Taylorsville for Your Neck Pain Treatment

Good habits can prevent neck pain from starting or getting worse, but they can’t reverse any pain that is already there. If you suffer from neck pain, chiropractic care can help.

Dr. Eric Harrison, D.C. offers spinal subluxations, massage therapy, and acupuncture to treat neck pain, as well as other back and spinal ailments. He can also offer you additional tips for neck health, as well as suggest stretches you can perform while at work to further protect your neck from pain. 

If you would like to know more about how to treat your neck pain with chiropractic care, schedule an appointment today, or call (801) 966-3101.



Posted In: Chiropractic Neck Pain