The biggest discomfort and distraction at workplace that makes you lose your focus while working is the chronic back pain. This type of pain if left untreated, it can reach towards your neck as well making things difficult for you. So, stay alarmed about the causes and signs mentioned below and approach a pain management specialist if the pain is completely unbearable.
The Common Causes That Lead to Back Pain!
If you are facing back pain at work, then there might be some reason, or something improper in your environment that might surely be affecting you badly and bringing you in a painful situation. Let’s explore common causes that lead to the pain at work:
Being indulged in your work, people usually forget to sit properly. They are unknowingly slouching or in other cases their way of working is bringing their back in pressure. Posture is the most important thing that is required to be maintained at work.
The repetitive motions at work such as typing can also cause chronic back pain, as sitting in one position and performing the same activity the back will come under stress and eventually make the work feel like a burden.
If at work you are involved in an individual activity like lifting some heavy object then it can also lead to chronic back pain. Make sure that if it’s necessary in completing that lifting task then you do it with the help of your co-worker.
The Indications For Back Pain!
There can be different symptoms that might either aware you or confuse you as to what condition you are facing at work. The most common ones include:
Lower back pain
Pain that is felt from the rib cage towards the bottom of the spine. This type of pain is usually excruciating and happens as a result of some injury.
Upper or Middle Back Pain
The area that starts from the rib cage to the top of the spine is known as thoaric spine. In case, this is the pain you are facing then it means that both your hands and arms will be affected.
If you or any of your loved one is suffering from back pain or any other body pain, get a professional advice from Dr. Zaki Anwar by placing an appointment at (815) 464-7212). He is an expert anesthesiologist and certified Pain Management Specialist who has been practicing pain relief techniques for the past several years with effective results.