Chiropractic Treatment for Work Injury Concerns
At Back Pain Institute, we understand that a work injury or accident injury can happen at any time. No matter what your job might entail, there is always the chance that you might end up getting hurt on the job. When this happens, it is critical to rely on our chiropractor, who has the tools necessary to help you recover from it.
Common Work Injuries Seen at Back Pain Institute
From working at a desk all day to lifting heavy objects, many injuries can occur. The most common injuries we typically see at our practice are:
Slip and Falls: No matter what your job is, slip and fall accidents are notorious for causing people to miss out on work. This accident injury can lead to headaches, dizziness, fractures, and spinal cord injuries.
Improper Ergonomics: From leaning forward to slouching for long periods, poor ergonomics can affect your spine, and cause a herniated disc, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or radial tunnel syndrome.
Muscle Strains: Lifting heavy objects can make you prone to straining your muscles. This is a frequent work injury that can make you miss several days at work.
Repetitive Strain Injury: Anyone working with computers all day are at risk of developing a repetitive strain injury like carpal tunnel syndrome. The pain and numbness and tingling feeling can affect how you perform your tasks.
How a Chiropractor Can Help
We want the residents of Odessa to know that when they come to see us for treatment, we are going to place their healthcare needs first. Our chiropractor and the rest of the team takes the time to get to know you on a personal level.
We will take your health history and conduct a physical exam. After this, we will work with you to come up with a treatment plan that will meet your needs. We want to not only treat your work injury but prevent it from ever coming back. Allow us to help you with our chiropractic services.
Find the Right Treatment for Your Work or Accident Injury at Back Pain Institute
At Back Pain Institute, we invest in the latest diagnostic and treatment options for the benefit of our patients. We work hard to make sure that all of our patients have access to resources that can help them in the long run. We would be happy to show you just how helpful these tools can be for your injury. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, then please call us today at 432-332-3388 to make an appointment.