Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WRMSDs) are defined as injuries of the musculoskeletal system, affecting the tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves, and discs. Neck pain is one of the common forms of WRMSDs.
Work-related neck pain is a major problem among people who spend a lot of time using computers and mobile phones. Interestingly, women have been experiencing neck pain more than male due to the higher musculoskeletal load.
Holding the neck in a semi-flexed position and sitting for a long time can cause pressure on vertebral disc, ligaments and muscle
Poorly designed workstations can overload certain body part, causing musculoskeletal injuries like neck pain
Reduced the neck’s muscle strength and endurance and causing discomfort
Reduced muscle endurance for the neck muscle and upper back
Muscle degeneration increases with age and the risk for neck pain
Stress can increase the risk of developing neck pain by 1.6 times
Can strain your skeletal and muscular system and cause neck whiplash
(Spondylosis; spine osteoarthritis degeneration, Spondylolysis; vertebrae stress fracture, Spondylolisthesis; vertebrae displacement)
Image on the left shows an X-ray image of a narrow disc space, which indicates early degenerative changes with bone spurs
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Inserting a thin needle into myofascial area (soft tissues surrounding and separating muscles) until it reaches the trigger point. Stimulates muscles which causes it to either contract or twitch.
Source: Cleveland Clinic
Deep tissue massage
Offers both physical and psychological benefits by relieving muscle pain and stiffness, and promotes stress relieving relaxation for the body and mind.
Source: Total Body Chiropractic & Acupuncture
Provides temporary pain relief by blocking and overriding nerve signals to the brain. TENS and EMS help reduce muscle spasm and improve strength respectively.
Can treat injuries, muscle spasm and acute or chronic issues for neck pain. Help relieve pain, improve circulation and promote tissue healing.
Use massage and mechanical pressure to target muscles and other soft tissues. Increase tissue extensibility and joint motion and improve blood flow.
Helps relieve pressure by pulling the neck away gently. It can be done manually or with a traction device.
Help improve circulation and improve mobility for the neck.
Ensuring a correct sitting posture can help avoid neck pain, improve productivity and help alleviate stress. Taking frequent breaks at work may also reduce fatigues and muscle tightness.
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